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When he flew into Rochester to visit his client, Kindlon encountered the attitude that he believes many jurors have. At the airport car rental counter, a woman asked him why he was going to Albion. When he told her he had a client there who had been forcibly raped, the woman said the inmate deserved it. "When a person in a cop uniform or law enforcement uniform gets before a jury, they get a tremendous amount of sympathy that they don't deserve," he says. "You run into this attitude: 'Well, it probably serves her right.' "