Nicholas Lamb, convicted on three counts of robbery and one of attempted robbery,in interview room of the Stanislaus County Jail's Public Safety Center on Hackett Road in South Modesto. He took the risky step of serving as his own attorney in his trial in November. Taken Nov. 6, 2013.
Nicholas Lamb, convicted on three counts of robbery and one of attempted robbery,in interview room of the Stanislaus County Jail's Public Safety Center on Hackett Road in South Modesto. He took the risky step of serving as his own attorney in his trial in November. Taken Nov. 6, 2013. jjardine@modbee.com
Nicholas Lamb, convicted on three counts of robbery and one of attempted robbery,in interview room of the Stanislaus County Jail's Public Safety Center on Hackett Road in South Modesto. He took the risky step of serving as his own attorney in his trial in November. Taken Nov. 6, 2013. jjardine@modbee.com

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