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For those suffering an allergic reaction to too many holiday warm ‘n’ fuzzies, an antidote can be found in the first book by Georgia prosecutor Rita B. Lewis: “Excuse Me, Your Honor … The Masturbating Defendant Just Called Me a Bitch!

A career assistant district attorney who spent 10 years in Clayton County and is trying cases in the three-county Towaliga Circuit, Lewis draws on a seemingly inexhaustible supply of bungling burglars, thick-headed thugs, half-witted hookers, duplicitous defense lawyers, stoned-out stalkers and their gullible girlfriends and, yes, even one or two less-than-proficient prosecutors to hand down indictments for the most pervasive crime of all: being stupid.

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