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Closing Argument: Defending (and Befriending) John Gotti and Other Legal Battles I Have Waged

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By Bruce Cutler '70
Posted March 18, 2003
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Bruce Cutler '70 is the author of Closing Argument: Defending (and Befriending) John Gotti and Other Legal Battles I Have Waged. The book is an autobiography of Cutler, who became one of the most famous lawyers in America through his defense of mob boss John Gotti. Although Gotti threatens to overpower the book, it would be a great mistake to dismiss it as primarily centered on the "Teflon Don." Cutler also tells of his early upbringing, his days at Hamilton and his practice of the lawyer's craft, in addition to his insider accounts of high-profile criminal trials.

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"Cutler provides a gripping account of his high-profile trials... Given Cutler's talent in the courtroom and relative youth (53), this autobiography will no doubt be continued, to readers' delight." -Library Journal

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