Prince Lobel Tye LLP litigation partner Jim Lawson discusses the expected plea and likely demeanor of the accused Marathon bomber during his first court appearance. Lawson, a lawyer with more than 40 years of criminal law experience, expects that Dzhokhar Tsarnaev “will probably plead not guilty and won’t use today’s hearing as a public forum to lash out at authorities or shout in court about his beliefs. Although attorneys cannot control all clients at all times, I would anticipate that the proceeding will go smoothly, by the book and without interruption.” Click here to read the complete article.
James W. Lawson in Bloomberg News Discussing Accused Marathon Bomber’s First Court Appearance
July 10, 2013