When Your Friend Is Your Adversary


When A Friend Is A Legal Adversary: Thoughts On Professional And Personal Relationships

I confess, I use any excuse to share wine with friends. But well-laid plans, such as dinnertime tapas and wine and good conversation often get overridden by professional obligations and late nights at the office. Instead of a comfortable meal, I found myself sharing my lukewarm cup of herbal tea and stories one chilly Wednesday afternoon on a bench with Jessica Zarrella, a prosecutor in the Montgomery County State’s Attorney’s Juvenile Division.

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