No pop star comes and goes under the protection of a manservant’s parasol. The defendant is not a football player-turned actor. Satellite trucks do not ring the courthouse.

But by Fulton County Courthouse standards, the murder-for-hire case against James V. Sullivan is pretty close to a celebrity trial, spawning less of a big media circus and more of a small media carnival.

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