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July 1, 2022

Washington Post

“It’s not usually a question of what the verdict will be,” Partner Tom Firestone and former resident legal adviser to the U.S. Embassy in Moscow tells the Washington Post regarding the trial of basketball star Britney Griner — set to commence in Russian court today. “It’s more a question of what the sentence will be,” he says.

Tom adds that a case such as Griner’s typically would be heard by a single judge, as opposed to a jury, and would be open to the public, though with few available seats. Griner herself would be expected to attend while seated within a secured, glass case.

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July 1, 2022

Washington Post

“It’s not usually a question of what the verdict will be,” Partner Tom Firestone and former resident legal adviser to the U.S. Embassy in Moscow tells the Washington Post regarding the trial of basketball star Britney Griner — set to commence in Russian court today. “It’s more a question of what the sentence will be,” he says.

Tom adds that a case such as Griner’s typically would be heard by a single judge, as opposed to a jury, and would be open to the public, though with few available seats. Griner herself would be expected to attend while seated within a secured, glass case.

Click here to read more.

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