In The Good Fight’s “Not So Grand Jury,” Mike Kresteva feels the heat when the lawyers—and Marissa Gold—at Reddick, Boseman & Kolstad fight back.
During the firm’s two-pronged plan of attack against Kresteva, Elsbeth Tascioni—with the help of Lucca Quinn—worked to squash his campaign with a civil suit while the subpoenaed lawyers switched up the narrative in front of the grand jury.
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While on the stand, each lawyer from the largest black firm in Chicago sculpted their answers to imply that the spurious charges were race-related. Undeterred, Kresteva doubled down and subpoenaed Marissa the following day—and woefully underestimated her charisma.
Watch the video above to see Marissa spin Kresteva’s yarn into gold.