"Obviously ready for a film or TV treatment: the theatrical mouthpiece is still defending the accused."
A defiant criminal-defense lawyer speaks for himself, though his testimony is largely a fan letter to his favorite client, a man "who's achieved a certain stature," the late John Gotti.
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