When George Bundy Smith spoke to his colleagues about cases and issues during closed-door judicial conferences at the Court of Appeals, he often didn’t have to say too much.

A soft-spoken man, Smith’s words carried great weight. And on a number of occasions, said his longtime colleague, former Judge Howard Levine, his fellow jurists on the high court saw his points and were persuaded.

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