Mr. Freeman was interviewed by CBS Radio in New York and the Detroit Free Press after the infamous underwear bomber, Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab, plead guilty to eight charges that will send him to prison for life.
Mr. Freeman says that the guilty plea probably came as a relief to prosecutors. "Anytime you put a case in front of a jury, there always are risks," Freeman said. "I've seen plenty of cases where you were expecting a certain result and the jury surprised everyone in the courtroom."
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