Attorney Says Court's Criticism Is A 'Bum Rap' Appeals Court Points Finger At Well-Known Attorney
Second Circuit says John Williams' work 'falls below minimum standards'
New Haven attorney John R. Williams has never shied away from controversy. In part, that comes with the turf. Over 34 years, Williams has handled more than his share of high-profile criminal defense cases and brought numerous lawsuits claiming police misconduct and racial, religious and employment discrimination.
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