In any complex criminal defense, says Theodore V. Wells Jr., it’s a mistake to fight the prosecution on every point: “You need to limit the areas of battle.

In white-collar criminal defense, adds Wells, from Roseland, N.J.’s Lowenstein Sandler P.C., “cases are so complicated that juries can’t handle multiple theories of defense. You have to have the courage to fight in just one or two areas.”

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