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    Wednesday, October 26, 2011

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    Larry Hohol

    If you think this article touches on a tough subject, you should see my list. I would love for these schools to try to explain to their graduates how they can be on the right side of a lawsuit, present their case clearly and concisely, back it up with rock solid evidence and case law only to have a judge provide a corrupted ruling. I would also like the school to then explain to their graduates how this happens often and there is absolutely nothing they can do about it. If that's not tough enough, they can then explain just how bad the appellate process really is. I am so glad I am not an attorney for many reasons but the biggest reason is that I would probably be brought up on some sort of cock and bull charges for writing this comment. Good luck to the "Honest" attorneys out there, you are going to need it. Sign me: Larry Hohol-Author

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