Usually press-shy Miami attorney Robert Josefsberg—who cut his teeth representing rock legend Jim Morrison on indecent exposure charges—was eager to dissect the U.S. Supreme Court decision allowing the pretrial seizure of assets from criminal defendants.

Critics say the ruling undercuts the crucial constitutional right to choose counsel of one’s own, putting them even more at the mercy of federal prosecutors.

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