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Content warning: politics, cops

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I always loved it when clients would say to me during the first interview, "I'm guilty!"

I developed the habit of responding, "Yes, but of what?"

I would then point out that the district attorney was accusing them of being guilty of a lot more than they were willing to admit, and wanted to impose far greater penalties than they were willing to accept. It's that moment when they see the chessboard.

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