The call shocked me. Mark Hurley has been released from prison. He's done his time and is back at home with his family. Do I have any work for him? Mark is a former prosecutor. I've known him for many years. He drove hard bargains on behalf of the state, and I was never sure where I stood with him. He would always listen, but I sometimes had the sense he found me distasteful. I can be a bit much.
One Hand Clapping
Imprisoned Prosecutor On Road To Redemption
The Connecticut Law Tribune
September 7, 2009
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