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Admit Liability And Keep Out DUI?

If you find yourself defending a case where your client (Defendant in a civil case) was a drunk driver, first off, should that be admissible if you admit faulty (liability but not damages) on your client’s behalf?  In Maryland, their … Continue reading

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Loose lips lose trials–after the fact

Don’t stray into passion or prejudice, or try to get the jury to go that way either. Head to head, let us go to trial. Stoop not into the dirt and mud, nor sling such at others. Let justice rein, not attorneys’ personalities. Continue reading

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GREED: N.J. Law firm for filing involuntary bankruptcy petition against its client!

First off, greed in any one is not good and can lead to their downfall. Next, and most importantly to a lawyer like me, greed in an attorney is not good, and in my opinion can lead to ethical problems. … Continue reading

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Oral contract or just another crazy (like a fox) law student?

Contracts, consideration, and acceptance of an oral contract by a law student. Continue reading

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Sanctions

Sanctions, discovery, and violations of a judge’s Order. Continue reading

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When Will The Attention Die?

Joran van der Sloot sues his prior attorney Continue reading

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Hello legal blogging world!

After being an attorney for 26 years, and a geek for about half of that time, what made me think that I needed or wanted to be a blogger….that my thoughts would be new or interesting to any who are … Continue reading

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