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As an attorney at a major New York law firm, I understand the importance of mock juries, but no case stands out so clearly in my career as that of a police officer who called me to defend him against charges that he had killed a young Hispanic man during a time of tense ethnic relations in the early 1990s. Years ago, I was a senior litigation associate at Paul, Weiss in New York City, having stepped off the partnership track to become an assistant United States attorney in the Southern District...

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