TRIALS: The Queen of the S.L.A.?

For more than two days, they fought like a couple of pit dogs. There was the famed defense attorney, pacing and grimacing as he used all his wiles and powers of vituperation. Opposite him, in the witness chair, sat the prosecution's man, a tall, imperious figure with a shaved head, who gave every bit as good as he got. In its seventh week the trial of Patty Hearst turned into a sarcastic duel between F. Lee Bailey and Dr. Joel Fort, the quirky, combative witness for the prosecution. Doggedly, almost desperately, Bailey strove...

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