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Lawyer Seeks to Withdraw from Kennebunk Prostitution Case
01/15/2013 12:37 AM ET  

The lawyer for an alleged business partner of Alexis Wright is filing a motion to withdraw from the case, according to WGME-TV.

WGME-TV says lawyer Dan Lilly told the station that Mark Strong doesn't have the resouces required to pay for what is likely to be a two to three week trial.

Strong is scheduled to go to trial later this month on charges that include promotion of prostitution, violation of privacy, and conspiracy.  Earlier this month, a judge rejected a motion to dismiss the case. 

Authorities say Strong conspired with Alexis Wright, who is accused of operating a prostutiton business out of a Zumba dance studio in Kennebunk.

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