F. Lee Bailey — American Lawyer born on June 10, 1933,

Francis Lee Bailey Jr., commonly referred to as F. Lee Bailey, is an American former attorney. For most of his career, he was licensed in Massachusetts and Florida. He was a criminal defense attorney who served as the lawyer in the re-trial of osteopathic physician Sam Sheppard. He was also the supervisory attorney over attorney Mark J. Kadish in the court martial of Captain Ernest Medina for the My Lai Massacre, among other high-profile trials, and was one of the lawyers for the defense in the O. J. Simpson murder case. He has also had a number of visible defeats, legal controversies, and personal trouble with the law, and was disbarred in Massachusetts and Florida for misconduct while defending his client Claude DuBoc. In 2014 he was denied a law license by the Maine State Bar Association and the Maine Supreme Judicial Court... (wikipedia)

Can any of you seriously say the Bill of Rights could get through Congress today? It wouldn't even get out of committee.
I would strongly recommend any young man to stay away from criminal law. It's not a good place to be, unfortunately.
I use the rules to frustrate the law. But I didn't set up the ground rules.
There are no major cities I haven't been in - at least once. I'd be just as happy not to go out of town for a couple of months and play with toys.
Among the rednecks of America, which there are many more than people seem to realize, it was terribly damaging. I got blamed for O.J.'s acquittal.

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