For about 48 hours, I was in despair, and was not at all sure what I would do. I was called into trial in a criminal case, and had begun the slow-motion process of picking a jury, one soul at a time, in a case that looks as though it will last a month or so. There’s no telling when and whether a client might change his mind, and enter a plea to avoid trial’s risks. But in this case, it’s safe bet we’ll go all the way to a verdict.
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