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Residue of arrest clutters Mayfield's present, future

The lawyer joins the unfortunate few who have faced the task of rebuilding their lives after being falsely linked to heinous crimes. Now that federal officials say Brandon Mayfield had nothing to do with the Spain terror attacks, the comparisons are unavoidable: He is the new Richard Jewell. The new Raymond Donovan. The new Wen Ho Lee. Like other innocent men fingered by the federal government in high-profile — and often deplorable — crimes, the Portland-area attorney finds himself trying to pull his name from the mud. The FBI spent much of May mistakenly linking the fingerprint of the suburban dad and devout Muslim to the death of 191 people in Madrid. So, how does he rebuild his reputation, much less his fledgling West Slope law practice? Full Story

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