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Artist Elizabeth Williams sketched NPR's Rachel Martin during their conversation. i

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Artist Elizabeth Williams sketched NPR's Rachel Martin during their conversation.

Artist Elizabeth Williams sketched NPR's Rachel Martin during their conversation.

Elizabeth Williams

For some trials, courtroom sketches are the only images the public ever sees. NPR's Rachel Martin speaks with artist Elizabeth Williams about her new book, which looks at 50 years of such drawings.

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