DERFNER, ARMAND, INTERVIEWEE, 1938-

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Armand Derfner (b. 1938) has practiced law for more than 40 years as a staff attorney for civil rights groups in Mississippi and Washington, DC, and in private practice in Charleston. He has helped shape the Voting Rights Act through his arguments before the US Supreme Court and many other voting rights cases.
Armand Derfner (b. 1938) has practiced law for more than 40 years as a staff attorney for civil rights groups in Mississippi and Washington, DC, and in private practice in Charleston. He has helped shape the Voting Rights Act through his arguments before the US Supreme Court and many other voting rights cases.
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DERFNER, ARMAND, INTERVIEWEE, 1938-

Armand Derfner (b. 1938) has practiced law for more than 40 years as a staff attorney for civil rights groups in Mississippi and Washington, DC, and in private practice in Charleston. He has helped shape the Voting Rights Act through his arguments before the US Supreme Court and many other voting rights cases.

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