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Insanity defense seldom works, most lawyers say

But in this case, Rockefeller team had little choice

Jury foreman Michael Gregory (left) read a statement on the verdict in the case against the man who calls himself Clark Rockefeller, who was convicted of parental kidnapping and assault and battery charges in Suffolk Superior Court yesterday. Jury foreman Michael Gregory (left) read a statement on the verdict in the case against the man who calls himself Clark Rockefeller, who was convicted of parental kidnapping and assault and battery charges in Suffolk Superior Court yesterday. (C.J. Gunther/Associated Press)
By John R. Ellement
Globe Staff / June 13, 2009

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Jurors in the "Clark Rockefeller" trial acted in both expected and unexpected ways in reaching their verdicts, veteran defense lawyers said yesterday. (Full article: 770 words)

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