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F. Lee Bailey
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Attorney
    (June 10, 1933- )
    Birth Name is Francis Lee Bailey
    Defended O. J. Simpson, Albert DeSalvo, Samuel Sheppard, Ernest Medina and Patty Hearst
    He has defended some of the most controversial figures in American judicial history.
    He was disbarred in the state of Florida for mishandling $6 million in stock of a drug dealing client (2001).
    He was censured in Massachusetts (1970).
    He spent six months in prison for contempt of court.
    His nickname is 'The Flying Mouth.'
    He said: 'My fees are sufficient punishment for everyone.'
    He successfully shifted the focus off of O.J. Simpson and on to Mark Fuhrmann during the 'Trial of the Century.'
    He was known as a master of cross-examination methods.
    He was one of the first lawyers to point out potential inaccuracies of polygraph testing.
    He was in the United States Navy and Marine Corps, eventually being discharged with a severe leg wound (1956).
    He was a hockey player.

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