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Lay Gives Up Coin Toss for Prime Spot in Courtroom

In the Enron case, the attorney of former CEO Kenneth Lay has sent a letter to the U.S. District Court judge, requesting the table across from the witness stand. Lay's attorney wants to forgo a coin toss for that coveted position.

Houston criminal defense attorney Kent Schaffer says for a defense attorney, being in prime courtroom real estate can often make a difference.

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