In Boston Bombing Trial, Dueling Portraits of Defendant: Walter B. Prince Quoted in Wall Street Journal

Federal prosecutors likely will seek to show Mr. Tsarnaev as a remorseless architect of the explosions at the Boston Marathon, one who bantered with friends and went to the gym in the days after the attack, even as a shattered city mourned victims who included an 8-year-old boy. Walter B. Prince, a litigation partner at Prince Lobel Tye LLP,  comments on Mr. Tsarnaev’s possibility of avoiding the death penalty.

“Even if Mr. Tsarnaev is found guilty, a more sympathetic jury might help him avoid the death penalty”, said Prince. Walter B. Prince is a former federal prosecutor.

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