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Evidence may be sketchy, but not this courtroom artist's drawings
Evidence may be sketchy, but not this courtroom artist's drawings

Mona Shafer Edwards stepped through the doors of a downtown Los Angeles courtroom, striding past the bailiff, the defense attorney and prosecutors to a seat in the jury box. She removed a Ziploc bag bulging with pens and markers from her Gucci purse and propped a sketch pad on her lap. "You made me look really old," Judge Ronald S. Coen deadpanned from the bench. "But you got the cleft chin right." "I'm sorry," Edwards said, laughing. "I'll do better." Her pen darted over the page as Marion "Suge" Knight, a former rap mogul who now faces a murder charge, shuffled into the room. Bold strokes traced his scowl and handcuffed...

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