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The Brass Verdict (Harry Bosch, #14; Mickey Haller, #2; Harry Bosch Universe, #18)
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Jonetta (ejaygirl) | 7591 comments Mod
Walter Elliott thought it important that Mickey believe in his innocence to represent him well. Was he right?

Robin (robinmy) | 1213 comments Most defense lawyers do not want to know if the client is guilty because it cuts down on their choices of what kind of defense strategy. I think Walter just wanted to brag that he was getting away with it.

Jonetta (ejaygirl) | 7591 comments Mod
I wondered at the time if he'd learned anything about the Roulett case where Mickey got a very guilty man off. All along, Walter thought he knew Mickey's heart and that was his arrogance. While Mickey wanted him to be innocent, it didn't change a thing in terms of trial strategy.

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