I’m asked on occasion if being a Black female has hindered my legal career. I try to be candid. My first thoughts are based on my experiences during trial. Like my “surprisingly” on-point trial briefs and arguments throughout trial that address important legal and appellate issues. My “surprisingly” well-thought-out charge objections, submissions and arguments. Why are my arguments surprising but not the other side’s . . .
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