SACRAMENTO — Two doors have disappeared from their stalls in a state building bathroom, and Bruce Nickerson couldn’t be happier.

Striding back and forth in a Sacramento courtroom waiting for a judge to show up, the bald, 57-year-old lawyer excitedly brandishes glossies of the naked toilet stalls while holding forth to four seated attorneys, some looking bored, others attentive.

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