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Casewatching United States v. Geoffrey Fieger

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Norm Pattis has been covering the Geoffrey Fieger trial in Detroit which, in closing argument, famed trail lawyer Gerry Spence has called his last. From the start to the farewell – well almost, the jury’s still out as of this writing – Pattis has given us a unique look at Spence, familiarizing the legendary. Spence, for the uninitiated is as famous as a trial lawyer gets – his representation of Randy Weaver is haunting. Of his many books, Win Your Case is worth a read if only for how different a trial lawyer can be from how you think he is. If there were awards for blog threads, this would top my nominations.

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  1. [...] the author of numerous books, and now, apparently, a blogger. I thoroughly enjoyed the reports on Spence’s defense of Geoffrey Feiger and reading Spence’s unique and by most accounts extremely effective approach to trials in [...]

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