When a case involves such spectacles as a fashion heir charged with money laundering, not to mention a former missile silo converted into an LSD factory, the legal fireworks usually live up to the occasion.

And so San Francisco Bay Area attorneys for Stefan Wathne, international socialite and indicted heir to the Wathne sportswear and accessory fortune, supplied their own holiday explosions last week.

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