A Better Lawyer Could Have Kept Pete Rose in Baseball, Lead Investigator Says

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John Dowd, now and then a white-collar criminal defense partner at Akin Gump in Washington, said Rose's lawyer "never grabbed him by the lapels" and forced him to come clean.

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  • Lawrence Z.

    I think it is sad that this man says a "better lawyer" could have kept Rose in baseball. What arrogance! Maybe his lawyer tried everything to get Pete to confess his sins, but he refused. In it is a brutal reality that our clients sometimes make one bad decision after another regardless of our sage advice.

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