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  1. jigmeister
    April 20, 2009 @ 4:51 pm

    I can’t believe she filed a complaint. What a pain in the butt. Even spurious complaints cause embarrassment and require a response.

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  2. Clay S. Conrad
    April 21, 2009 @ 8:56 pm

    I’m surprised she used her real name when cold-calling you. I’ll bet that’s all that’s changed. Now she probably just says she’s Mary Jones, and she’s probably put you on the twice-a-week call list.

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  3. Great Cicero’s Ghost » Defending People
    February 15, 2014 @ 10:56 am

    […] If the pro­posed action is not legal, the criminal-defense lawyer should not take it. There is a pos­si­ble excep­tion to this: if the law is not just, the lawyer might not fol­low it. We expect juries to nul­lify unjust laws; we shouldn’t be closed to the idea of doing so our­selves. Act­ing for a client in vio­la­tion of an unjust law is harsh and dan­ger­ous med­i­cine, though, and it shouldn’t be taken with­out con­sult­ing more-objective coun­sel and fol­low­ing Bennett’s Law of Rules. […]

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