What sense does that make? What kind of robber only takes two-thirds of your money? Not even a lawyer does that.

Cheryl Coleman, attorney for Raheem Hines, a client who faced life in prison for a violent mugging. Coleman’s closing argument that Hines could not have committed the crime because he left the victim with money in pocket resulted in an acquittal.


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