The law firm of Kenneth “Half Decaf” Williams, based in Hoboken, New Jersey, has reportedly been retained to represent 45 of the 103 defendants recently arrested in a FBI mob sweep against alleged organized crime syndicates.
Williams, who partners with Arthur “Topsider” Johnson in the five-attorney firm of Williams, Johnson, Smith & Davis, declined to comment on the case or his firm’s arrangement with the defendants.
Firm spokesperson, Jason “Wheat Grass” Davis, confirmed that the firm would enter an appearance on behalf of “at least 40” of the named defendants but offered no further details, other than to say the firm has hired two new associates to help with the defense. The associates, Mary “The Vegan” Thompson and Cooper “The Unitarian” Tremblay, are 2007 graduates of New York University School of Law and were formerly assistant district attorneys in Manhattan. Tremblay, however, was more widely known by his nickname “Chilean Sea Bass.”