Pat Fitzgerald is a former federal prosecutor. He led cases against Governor Rod Blagojevich, Al Qaeda terrorists, and the mob. Today he’s a private citizen and representing Jim Comey, among others. He speaks with Preet about how to build a case, the art of flipping a witness, and deciphering wiretaps in pig latin.
This is the second episode in our series on the roles and players in the criminal justice system.
Plus, Preet gives his thoughts on presidential pardons and when it matters to know all the the words to a song.
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