Attorney Gilbert G. Miller, then Assistant Somerset County Prosecutor appointed to oppose Wright’s appeals and other court action, said it best:
“I found Mr. Wright to be highly intelligent and…a better brief writer than most attorneys I have encountered. I was most impressed with Mr. Wright’s ability as a legal strategist. Mr. Wright developed the legal strategy and authored a defense pro se brief in an attack on the king-pin jury instruction in State v. Alexander, 136 N.J. 563 (1994). Mr. Wright’s arguments prevailed in Alexander. Mr. Wright used his success in Alexander to have his own kingpin conviction reversed.”
“I went to law school for one reason and one reason only,” says Wright. “To slay giants for a price. And if the giant is big enough and the cause is important enough, I’ll do it for free, especially when it involves helping those who cannot help themselves.”
Read more here via Tony Bowles of Medium.
Original GG’z: True Story Of Isaac Wright’s Unbreakable Genius was originally published on globalgrind.com