Longtime Atlanta criminal defense lawyer Steve Sadow, representing former President Donald Trump in a wide-ranging criminal indictment in Georgia, has long maintained a solo practice, turning down hiring offers from larger firms over the years so he can follow his own case methods.

“I would not fit in particularly well,” he said about working in larger firms, adding they would have problems with him “following my own beliefs or approach.”

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