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April 21, 2005

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Yeoman

I was once in a case which required an attorney to be an expert. I went out and got a lot of advice about who to use, and found a fellow who had glowing recommendations.

Right before trial he was disbarred. His offence had been kept quiet, and nobody had any idea where I was at.

I had to ask the court for leave to get a new expert.

Most embarrassing.

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