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What was Scott Turow's reply?

Good question. I was so bothered by the interview question that I didn't mention Turow's response. It was what you would expect from a man of integrity. He said that they are a big deal and that they have always been prosecuted as such. He politely stopped short of schooling Moss-Cohane on why that would be the case. He could have referred her to the Fitzgerald presser.

On Fitzgerald, whom Turow knows a little bit in person and also by reputation, he said that although he wished that he would understand better the needs of a defense atty, he knows him to be an honest, hardworking, dedicated, non-motivated (meaning non-partisan) career prosecutor.

'Let's hope more Americans' eyes open in the next few weeks.' Yes, let's hope as HOPE SPRINGS ETERNAL, Robin!

I read Scott Turow's non-fiction book, One-L, about his first year of law school.

Good thing I did. It's often an answer in the NYT crossword.

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