San Francisco Magazine | May 2008

How to Clean Up a Pornographer, and Other Problems of the Law

“What’s a tried-and-true liberal doing defending some of the state’s outstanding corporate malfeasants? When attorney Nanci Clarence describes meeting her client Jim Mitchell in the Marin County Superior Court for his arraignment in the murder of his brother Artie, her voice reflects surprising fondness for the legendary porn tycoon. . . . Clarence wants to be sure there are no government witch hunts; that ‘we don’t assume what the government is doing is OK just because it’s the government.’”

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