Gizmodo editor Jason Chen retained a criminal lawyer Monday night in the missing iPhone case that has made national headlines. Thomas Nolan Jr., veteran criminal defense attorney from Nolan, Armstrong & Barton, will represent the blogger who writes for the popular Gawker network. Authorities are believed to be probing whether a crime was committed -- and by whom -- when Gizmodo paid $5,000 for an Apple iPhone prototype that it said had been found in a Redwood City, Calif., bar.
Gizmodo Editor in Missing iPhone Case Retains Criminal Defense Lawyer
April 28, 2010