It’s conventional wisdom among trial lawyers that you might very well be on your way to winning a case if your closing argument brings a juror to tears.
So imagine what attorney Robert Mongeluzzi must have been thinking when, 20 minutes into his opening statement on Monday in a personal injury case, Juror No.1 fainted.
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