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News: FanX Death Note Death Penalty Mock Trial to Include C&J Defense Attorney Jonathan T. Nish
C&J is proud to announce Jonathan T. Nish's most recent public appearance at FanX! He was invited to defend the protagonist of the popular anime series "Death Note." in this hypothetical case, Light. aka Kira, faces the death penalty for his use of the Death Note. Below are some pictures of this creative event.

"It was a very close vote. 94-101, I think. Audience was split right down the middle. We did get great reviews from the fans and the promoters and I’ve been invited back to speak next year. We might even do trials next year," Jonathan says when asked of the outcome of the panel. See you next year FanX. 


  

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