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If Trudy Morse, Ram Dass, and Samuel Beckett were trial lawyers

Aug 13, 2010 If Trudy Morse, Ram Dass, and Samuel Beckett were trial lawyers

From time to time, I ask what if an extraordinary person outside the law profession had been a trial lawyer. I have asked this question about Count Basie, James Earl Jones, and Neal Young

The videos here and here made it clear to me not to wait any longer to add Ram Dass and Samuel Beckett to those extraordinary people who would add a powerfully persuasive presence to the courtroom.

Also, although I do not yet have a video of her, my close friend Trudy Morse clearly would persuasively engage in the courtroom. Trudy takes life by the horns every day and every moment. From a near death experience, Trudy “learned that life is so fragile, I would try to enjoy every moment of life…” Being in the moment (which Trudy writes more about here), and enjoying it, is critical to successful trial battle.

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