NEW HAVEN — When Norm Pattis told jurors at the close of the Sandy Hook defamation trial in Waterbury that there was no place he’d rather be than before them defending Alex Jones, Pattis meant it — even if Jones himself was boycotting the case 1,800 miles away in Texas.
Pattis might have clarified what he meant by sharing with jurors the truth underlying Pattis’ 30-year career as a criminal defense lawyer — that by zealously defending a man so widely reviled as Jones, Pattis found healing for the pain that has been with Pattis since he was a first grader.
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