The Man Behind the News 

If there's a story about the jail, schools, day-care centers, or elections, Richard Fields probably had something to do with it.

Reporters and editors, newspapers and newsmakers, judges and bad guys, politicians and prosecutors -- they come and go in Memphis. Richard Fields endures. For three decades, most of it as a civil rights lawyer, Fields has influenced the way Memphians hold elections,…

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