Joseph Tate's reputation as a prominent Philadelphia lawyer is secure. But some wonder if his act can play out of town before a tougher crowd, and on a bigger stage, where Tate's starring in the most important case of his career. Will his skill and bravado be enough to win in D.C., a frequent graveyard for out-of-town hotshots, where his famous client -- Vice President Dick Cheney's chief of staff, I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby -- awaits the outcome of an increasingly ominous grand jury investigation?
Can a Philadelphia Democrat Save Scooter Libby?
October 27, 2005
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