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"Nothing rivaled the thrill of big-time litigation" (p. 23).

"…(Easter) knew that before dark today an entire committee of handwriting experts on both sides would be poring over his words, not caring so much about what he said but more about how he formed his letters. He wanted to appear neat and thoughtful, intelligent and open-minded, capable of hearing with both ears and deciding matters fairly, an arbitrator they would clamor for. He'd read three books on the ins and outs of handwriting analysis" (p. 41).

"Every jury has a leader, and that's where you find your verdict" (p. 65).

"Rohr was a local legend." (p. 26)

"'Know thine enemy,' he (Fitch) said aloud to the walls. The first rule of warfare." (p. 293)

"In this, the biggest tobacco trial yet, with the biggest plaintiff's lawyers lined up with millions, his beloved little Marlee would hand him a verdict. Fitch believed this and...

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