Sacramento defense attorney Kevin Clymo, who defended local murder suspect Sarah Dutra, the Unabomber and some of the region's other most notorious criminals, died Wednesday evening following extensive back surgery, according to his brother.
Clymo, 58, represented Dutra, who was 21 when she was charged with helping dose her lawyer boss with a lethal dose of horse tranquilizer. The man, Lawrence McNabney, had been missing for five months until his body was found in February 2002, buried in a Clements vineyard.
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