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A couple of weeks ago I had a phone interview with the Capital Defenders' Office. I feel like I kind of botched it because I got really nervous. Yesterday I sent a follow-up email. They replied and said they were still in the interviewing process. They also said to ask questions about the capital defense litigation process or their office if I had any (the interviewer told me to look up their current cases if I wanted to). I feel like this is an opportunity to possibly redeem myself by asking insightful questions but I am totally drawing a blank! I've written numerous drafts and keep deleting them. Does anyone have any ideas for questions that will help me fix this botched interview???
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