Court says further investigation is required.
Rules of Professional Misconduct
There were a few other steps involved, but those are the big ones.
A love story (with important evidentiary implications).
Roy Pearson has re-entered the building.
And I continue to think it’s funny, which obviously doesn’t mean you should do it.
In particular it is bad form to be seen “resting [one’s] head” against one’s client during trial.
You are getting very sleepy … and when you awaken, my billable rate will seem reasonable.
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