Lance Armstrong -- Rorschach Test

Lance Armstrong -- Rorschach Test

New York City : NY : USA | Feb 06, 2013 at 10:00 AM PST
Source: Forbes
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The role of the defense lawyer, however, is to make sure that the sentencing court is aware of the defendants' laudatory acts, which are often unselfish and generous.  I have rarely encountered a defendant in a criminal case who has not helped someone along with way without any expectation of some reward... FULL ARTICLE AT Forbes
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