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I'm sure this happens to other lawyers as well, but I think it's a hazard run across by prosecutors more than most. For some reason, defendants think that if they can just talk to the prosecutor and explain their circumstances they can make the situation better. Most often this occurs as you are walking down the hall and the defendant is waiting in ambush. "Mr. Lammers can I talk to you a minute?" Then come the times that you are out at the store and someone chases you down as you are trying to buy some socks. "Hey, do you work in the prosecutor's office? Let me tell you about my case." Then there's the lady on the phone who somehow talks her way past the receptionist and talks to you about the case for five minutes before you realize she isn't the witness you were expecting a call from - she's the defendant. And these are only the most common ways that defendants have approached me.

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