Eleanor is forced to second chair her client since he requested to defend himself. The DA thinks this is an easy win,but is warned by his boss that many Pro Se cases were lost by other DAs.The defendant underestimates the power of the jury.

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Bobby Donnell
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Eugene Young
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Ellenor Frutt
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Lindsay Dole
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Rebecca Washington
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Alan Lowe
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Jimmy Berluti
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Helen Gamble
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Lucy Hatcher
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Eleanor is forced to second chair her client since he requested to defend himself. The DA thinks this is an easy win,but is warned by his boss that many Pro Se cases were lost by other DAs.The defendant underestimates the power of the jury.

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