Murder and Courtroom Manners

In 1972, Patrick Ryder Esquire referred an "Open Murder" case to me. A 28-year-old kid, John Calvin, living in the close quarters of an Ypsilanti, Michigan apartment complex, got tired of the loud music in the next apartment. Calvin knocked on the door and confronted two slightly younger kids.... One of them holding a shotgun as a show of force. Calvin took the shot gun away, and in the process one of the kids ended up dead.

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