THREE MINUTES: Roxanne Conlin

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Roxanne Conlin is a high-powered attorney with a soft-spot for animals and various charities.

She is perhaps the most famous democratic woman to never have held some of our state's highest elected offices.

Though she lost congressional and gubernatorial elections, she took on Microsoft in court... and won.

In 1977, Conlin became one of the first two women ever to serve as United States Attorney.

She has been named by the National Law Journal as one of the top 10 litigators in America.

Channel 13's Dan Winters sat down with her this week for Three Minutes in the Chair.

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