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Judge says suspect in sex crimes involving young girls in Salem and Plaistow can fire his state-paid lawyer
Judge N. William Delker agreed to give Beausoleil a new court-appointed lawyer to replace his public defender, but kept his two trials slated for October and November.
Beausoleil's first trial on the Plaistow charges begins the week of Oct. 21 in Rockingham County Superior Court.
The cases against Beausoleil began to unfold on the night of March 10 when a deputy sheriff arrested him as he was sitting in his car outside the Walmart in Plaistow.
He faces a felony indecent exposure charge for the Salem incident.
In 2007, he was convicted of attempted open and gross lewdness and lascivious behavior. He is currently being held on $60,000 bail at the Rockingham County jail.
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