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N.Y. Subway Defendant's Attorney to Try New Tactic

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N.Y. Subway Defendant's Attorney to Try New Tactic

N.Y. Subway Defendant's Attorney to Try New Tactic

N.Y. Subway Defendant's Attorney to Try New Tactic

Only Available in Archive Formats.

Andrew Goldstein is charged with pushing a woman into the New York City subway tracks, killing her. His first trial ended in a hung jury. He will be re-tried, starting next week — but this time his attorney will be using a tactic that may endanger his health. NPR's Joanne Silberner reports.

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