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Jonathan Harr
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"But money was the least of Schlichtmann's worries. Oddly, for a man of lavish tastes, he didn't care that much about money. He was much more frightened of having staked too much of himself on this one case. He was afraid that if he lost it - if he'd been that wrong - he would lose something of far greater value than money. That in some mysterious way, all the confidence he had in himself, his ambition and his talent, would drain away. He had a vision of himself sitting on a park bench, his hand-tailored suits stuffed into his own green plastic trash bags." p. 6

"Facher wasn't laughing. Up until this motion, Facher had rather liked Cheeseman, although he thought Cheeseman had shown bad judgment with the Rule 11 motion, and poor execution when he'd let Schlichtmann outmaneuver him at that hearing. Rule 11 had been bad enough, thought...

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