Law360, New York (September 13, 2012, 6:13 PM EDT) -- Whether it's winning $500 million for low-income schoolkids or just making sure a store clerk isn't wrongly convicted of stealing $500 from the cash register, attorneys from White & Case LLP earned a spot on Law360's list of top pro bono firms by providing a voice to those who often can't be heard.
Like Saneisha Walcott, a late-night attendant at a 7-Eleven in the Bronx, whom the store accused of swiping a few hundred dollars from the till. Based on a spliced-together surveillance tape of the night in question, a New York state court convicted Walcott of attempted petit larceny and...
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