The homeless man who graduated Harvard Law with John Roberts
The judge settled his gaze on the homeless man accused of sleeping beside an office building in downtown Washington.
Postell’s hair was medium length and graying. His belly spilled over his pants. A tangled beard hung from his jowls.
“You have the right to remain silent,” a deputy clerk told Postell, according to a transcript of the arraignment. “Anything you say, other than to your attorney, can be used against you.”
“I’m a lawyer,” Postell replied.
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