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is a lawyer’s dream. I was really excited to be involved in that." Watkins doesn’t apologize for how his top deputy, Ben Pavek, and Commonwealth’s Attorney Anton Bell, asked a Hampton Circuit Court trial judge to order Montgomery’s immediate release rather than the more time consuming route of going to the Court of Appeals. The trial judge granted the motion, spurring a significant statewide legal drama. Eventually, days before Thanksgiving, Gov. Bob McDonnell stepped in and issued Montgomery a conditional pardon. "I think we got him out of jail sooner the way we did it than any other way we could have done it," Watkins said. Of judges and attorneys often meeting in chambers to discuss cases seemingly more common in Hampton than other cities Watkins told his staff of lawyers never to do it unless the defendant is invited into the judge’s chambers, too. "What I encouraged them to do was to do everything in the presence of the client," Watkins said. "So if you go into chambers, take

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