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​In this episode of That One Case, we talk with Robert Brown, founder of the Law Offices of Robert E. Brown. Before becoming a lawyer, Robert started out in the New York Police Department where he was Captain of the 5th Precinct, home to Manhattan's Chinatown. Now, Robert dedicates his time to foreclosure defense, personal injury cases, criminal cases, and civil litigation.

Join us as Robert tells us about one of the most famous cases to hit New York in decades and how he went above and beyond in order to advocate for his client. Robert also tells us how such a high-profile case affected his firm and career, and he shares a word of warning for any lawyers out there in the process of selecting jurors.

For more information about Robert, check out his LinkedIn. Or to find out more about his work, head over to the RB Law website.