Plato Cacheris: THE COURTROOM IMPRESARIOà

THE COURTROOM IMPRESARIO...

In the real world, you know you've made it when you can build a tennis court in your backyard. In Washington you know you've made it when you can chuckle that the tennis court is named after a former U.S. Attorney General who hired you as his lawyer. As a child, Plato Cacheris clung to a second-generation immigrant's dream of becoming ambassador to his father's Greek homeland. But the influence he has amassed over the past four decades as a defense attorney exceeds that of most mere government appointees.

Cacheris is an uber-lawyer, the guy you want on speed dial when...

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