"I'm not subtle, and people find that abrasive," Sines said, shrugging. At night, she often can be seen sitting at a downtown bar-restaurant sipping Grey Goose and pineapple juice with homicide detectives.
She's often the only white woman at the table, dwarfed by the linebacker-size black men who refer to Sines as "family" and trade off-color jokes. You have to be able to communicate with the scientist, clergyman, doctor, retail sales clerk and the fast-food employee and unemployed juror and high school dropouts." In the hallways at Superior Court, lawyers talk about Sines's strong will and determination, but they say she can have an unforgiving memory.
Start to finish, it can take a year or two, even more.
As deputy chief of homicide, Sines oversees 11 lawyers who stop by her office throughout the day, giving updates on investigations. Even before the threats, they were protective of Sines.
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