For 72 years, Bobby Lee Cook defended suspected criminals and prosecuted corporate desperados through civil litigation across the U.S., including a dozen in Texas. His clients included moonshiners, murderers and politicians. Matlock was based on his life. His defense of Savannah socialite Jim Williams helped bring to life John Berendt’s true-crime classic Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil.
As a lawyer/journalist, I have covered hundreds of trials. In the courtroom, Bobby Lee Cook is the best there has ever been . . .
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