Herald Price Fahringer, a prominent criminal defense and First Amendment lawyer who represented clients such as Larry Flynt and adult entertainment shops in Times Square, died Feb. 12 from complications from prostate cancer. He was 87.

Fahringer, a founding partner of Fahringer & Dubno, took up law after collegiate boxing and an acting career. He established a practice that drew high-profile clients including Al Goldstein, the publisher of Screw magazine; Lynne Stewart, an attorney convicted of providing support to terrorists; jazz drummer Buddy Rich, who was acquitted at trial of marijuana charges; and on appeal Jean Harris, who was convicted of murdering her lover, a prominent Scarsdale doctor.

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