When he emerged from the appellate court arguments on the suppression of his client’s statements in connection with a bank robbery, James W. Hundley felt his stomach churn.
A seemingly unremarkable criminal case, to which a court appointed him shortly after he launched his private practice a little more than three years ago, had taken a turn down a road that ultimately would lead it to the U.S. Supreme Court.
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