Dan Abrams explains how John Adams became the lawyer with "unpopular clients"
Author Dan Abrams discusses his new New York Times bestselling book, "John Adams Under Fire," and why Adams's role as a defense lawyer during the Boston Massacre Trial of 1770 became a teachable moment for attorneys. "Criminal defense lawyers today a...
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