In his Ethics and Criminal Practice column, Joel Cohen, of counsel at Stroock & Stroock & Lavan, writes that the more any attorney cavalierly brings a trial into the public spotlight, the greater the risk of a biased jury, but prosecutor-driven publicity, he cautions, is worse.
When Prosecutors Take Liberties With the First Amendment
New York Law Journal
February 14, 2013
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