Donna King was an apologist. No not that type of apology, but rather she a woman who knew how to construct arguments. The partners of Dewey, Cheatem, and Howe, struck a virtual gold-mine when they hired her fresh from some Podunk law school in the Midwest. But now she was proving herself in spades. To say her constructions and syllogisms were complex would be a true understatement, as most of them had more edges than a tiger shark’s smile. A King summation was a thing of be beauty and generally left opposing counsel baffled, and an occasional judge too.
I have purposely added a few clichés to this route to setting up a alternative to Multifaceted.