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July 16, 2018


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Scott Pruitt Edndowed Chair in Enviconmental Justice

No lawyer should talk to the media. It just causes the Prosecution to dig in harder. Judges don't want bad press either. Look at that Judge in Ca that lost his job over that rapist. I know very effective attorneys when they have a "heater" case up, they send reporters and the media on a wild goose advance and reset court dates at the last second or send in another attorney to "get a date." Delay and Deny. The older a file gets, the less interest it generates. Manipulate the system. Get the media out of there. There is always the next more interesting, new and improved heater case.

Also, effective attorneys tell clients to talk to nobody about their cases...even their mother and of course, the paramour. Don't talk to cell mates. Effective attorneys never take phone calls from the jail. It costs a fortune and they are monitored.

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