This month one of Elliot Peters’s clients hanged himself. Another confessed his misdeeds to Oprah Winfrey. And yet another emerged as a poster boy for the feds’ controversial medical marijuana crackdown in California. Internet activist Aaron Swartz, disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong, and Matthew Davies, the operator of a licensed pot dispensary, have all made national news headlines of late—something that’s not uncommon when it comes to the cases on Peters’s docket. The Recorder sat down with the former prosecutor recently at his law firm, Keker & Van Nest, to discuss the trio of high-profile matters.
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