Picturing the sort of Georgian likely to be represented by a huge New York firm, you might not think of someone like Scott L. Christenson.

Christenson needed a lawyer because, it is said, one July day 10 years ago, he hitched a ride with an acquaintance, tried to steal an SUV at gunpoint, shot its driver dead, dumped the body in a rural area near Columbus and drove to Arkansas, where he was arrested for stealing gasoline.

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