A federal jury on Tuesday convicted six of seven MS-13 gang members in a giant racketeering case. And after five months of trial, 150 witnesses and more than 400 exhibits, jurors also rendered their verdicts on the lawyers.
“We saw some good lawyering, we saw some bad lawyering,” a chatty, spiked-haired man said, kicking off an informal session between nine jurors and lawyers and federal agents who gathered in the courtroom where San Francisco federal Judge William Alsup held the trial.
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