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- Next up? Maxwell Hayes Lewis for the defense.
- He knows a thing or two about a good opening argument, and he makes sure to add a douse of drama by wiping his brow every now and again.
- He tells the jury that he wholeheartedly agrees with Jonah—race has absolutely nothing to do with the case.
- But that's where the agreement ends.
- Maxwell paints a different picture, one in which men went out on the town to clear up the matter of a girl being treated poorly.
- Along the way, other men attacked them, so they shot people in self-defense.
- He says this is the truth, plain and simple.
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