In the hallway, during a break in trial, the famed defense attorney spoke to the Postal Inspector.
"You're a helluva investigator."
And the Inspector said, "What do you mean?"
"That interview you did with Frank," the lawyer said.
Recalling the hours he had spent questioning the attorney's client, the Inspector asked, "What did I leave out?"
As he turned to enter the courtroom, to stand beside his client and face the judge, the lawyer sighed, "Absolutely nothing!"
In Moments in Time, Bill Phinazee and Larry Weaver tell what it's like to be a United States Postal Inspector. Some of their stories are uncomplicated, some are complex, and others are amusing, poignant or chilling. All are entertaining. They tell why a Postal Inspector is respected by his or her peers, feared by law breakers, and known by both as a "helluva investigator" whose investigations leave out absolutely nothing.