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Churning Lawyers Part III

” . . . the latest example of
state officials from both parties using
taxpayer money to hire private attorneys
in legal fights over state laws.” Continue reading

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Churning Lawyers Part II

I’ve got an idea to make us some really easy money. Take that little boy of yours shopping and buy him some fancy girls’ clothes. Let his hair grow long and dress him up real pretty. When you take him … Continue reading

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Churning Lawyers

“If You’ve Got the Money, Honey I’ve Got the Time.” – Willie Nelson   One of the most frustrating aspects of the Law in a democracy is that, no matter how brilliant an idea, statute, ordinance or institution is, some … Continue reading

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PTSD Highjacked by Pop Culture

Regrettably, I’ve been unable, over the years, to catalogue the numerous media instances where PTSD was referenced. PTSD is a psychiatric diagnosis originating with (Vietnam) war veterans and historically linked to such terms as Shell Shock or Battle Fatigue. The … Continue reading

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A Letter of Reprimand

Under extreme circumstances, the human body can respond in the most extraordinary of ways. There are numerous credible reports of people who have actually had the hair on their heads turn gray overnight as a result of frightful experiences. (cf. … Continue reading

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