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attorneys: If there's one thing this series has taught me, it's to never be the mentor on an attorney's first case. (Spoilers for AA1, AA3, AA4, and AA5)
 attorneys: If there's one thing this series has taught me, it's to never be the mentor on an attorney's first case. (Spoilers for AA1, AA3, AA4, and AA5)

If there's one thing this series has taught me, it's to never be the mentor on an attorney's first case. (Spoilers for AA1, AA3, AA4, and...

attorneys: The Ace Attorney's quality pattern is universal, applying in every game and at all scales.
 attorneys: The Ace Attorney's quality pattern is universal, applying in every game and at all scales.

The Ace Attorney's quality pattern is universal, applying in every game and at all scales.

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 attorneys: Ace Attorneys sure looks different

Ace Attorneys sure looks different

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Divorce attorneys making bank

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attorneys: This man is the in charge of major investigations in the county state’s attorneys office, also a conspiracy theorist.
 attorneys: This man is the in charge of major investigations in the county state’s attorneys office, also a conspiracy theorist.

This man is the in charge of major investigations in the county state’s attorneys office, also a conspiracy theorist.

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Trump Attorneys Are the Gift That Keeps Giving...

attorneys: Prosecutors Make Terrible Defense Attorneys...
 attorneys: Prosecutors Make Terrible Defense Attorneys...

Prosecutors Make Terrible Defense Attorneys...

attorneys: Starbucks Corp attorneys trying to escape the facts.
 attorneys: Starbucks Corp attorneys trying to escape the facts.

Starbucks Corp attorneys trying to escape the facts.

attorneys: Man, 73, awaits sentencing for killing sleeping son Timbits and a Small double-dou- ble). He skipped lunch and stayed close to the court as he awaited his fate. When he arrived at the Innes Road jail, they offered him reheated frozen salmon and rice. He said he hated everything about the place. "I wouldn't give that place to anyone," he told this while acknowledging the Ottawa jail is not the best place for the killer. Mcrae will stay at the Ottawa- Carleton Detention Centre until he is sent to a federal prison. The judge now has only to decide how many years Merae has to serve be- fore he can apply for parole. The juryrecommended 10 years before parole eligibility. Mcrae told this newspaper that eral time for holding up a gas sta tion with his son in 1993.) In the successful prosecution - led by Assistant Crown Attorneys Marie Dufort and John Ramsay Merae was cast as a man bent the jurors to acquit Merae on the on revenge because he could no longer beat his son in a fight and was angry over his son's unpaid rent (they shared an apartment in Orléans). The investigation. led by Otta- GARY DIMMOCK con shown to the fury included fession given to Det. Kevin Jacobs in a videotaped interview. It was an uphill climb for the defence. Addelman pleaded for John Merae spenthis last weekend as a free man with his grandchil- dren at a barbeeue in the backyard of his Orléans home. He wanted to spend as much time with them because a jury was days away from deliberating the killer's fate. John Merae, 73, slit his son's throat as heslept offa day ofdrink- grounds of self-defence or at least findhim guilty of the leseser chare of manslauchter In the end, the jury convicted Merae, who was a combative wit- ness under cross-examination by newspaper. His defence lawyer Joseph Ad- delman asked the judge to keep ing on the living room couch on himonbail, given his ailing health, he much prefers federal prison July 7, 2015. He was fed up with but the judge rejected the request over the Ottawa jail. (He did fed- wa police detectives Guy Seguin Ra and Richard Dugal, and evidence pdimmockitpostmedia.com his angry, always-drunk son and figured he'd be better off dead. He even told the neighbour his son deserved it. He didn't run from police but rather waited for them, and later Just in Time for Father's Day EPICURE Save 25% OFF ALL WUSTHOF this weekend only! John Mcrae confessed. And he didn't hide the bloody knifeheusedtokilla Knife me daddy
 attorneys: Man, 73, awaits sentencing for killing sleeping son
 Timbits and a Small double-dou-
 ble). He skipped lunch and stayed
 close to the court as he awaited
 his fate. When he arrived at the
 Innes Road jail, they offered him
 reheated frozen salmon and rice.
 He said he hated everything
 about the place. "I wouldn't give
 that place to anyone," he told this
 while acknowledging the Ottawa
 jail is not the best place for the
 killer.
 Mcrae will stay at the Ottawa-
 Carleton Detention Centre until
 he is sent to a federal prison. The
 judge now has only to decide how
 many years Merae has to serve be-
 fore he can apply for parole. The
 juryrecommended 10 years before
 parole eligibility.
 Mcrae told this newspaper that
 eral time for holding up a gas sta
 tion with his son in 1993.)
 In the successful prosecution -
 led by Assistant Crown Attorneys
 Marie Dufort and John Ramsay
 Merae was cast as a man bent the jurors to acquit Merae on the
 on revenge because he could no
 longer beat his son in a fight and
 was angry over his son's unpaid
 rent (they shared an apartment
 in Orléans).
 The investigation. led by Otta-
 GARY DIMMOCK
 con
 shown to the fury included
 fession given to Det. Kevin Jacobs
 in a videotaped interview.
 It was an uphill climb for the
 defence. Addelman pleaded for
 John Merae spenthis last weekend
 as a free man with his grandchil-
 dren at a barbeeue in the backyard
 of his Orléans home.
 He wanted to spend as much
 time with them because a jury was
 days away from deliberating the
 killer's fate.
 John Merae, 73, slit his son's
 throat as heslept offa day ofdrink-
 grounds of self-defence or at least
 findhim guilty of the leseser chare
 of manslauchter
 In the end, the jury convicted
 Merae, who was a combative wit-
 ness under cross-examination by
 newspaper.
 His defence lawyer Joseph Ad-
 delman asked the judge to keep
 ing on the living room couch on himonbail, given his ailing health, he much prefers federal prison
 July 7, 2015. He was fed up with but the judge rejected the request over the Ottawa jail. (He did fed-
 wa police detectives Guy Seguin Ra
 and Richard Dugal, and evidence pdimmockitpostmedia.com
 his angry, always-drunk son and
 figured he'd be better off dead. He
 even told the neighbour his son
 deserved it.
 He didn't run from police but
 rather waited for them, and later
 Just in Time
 for
 Father's Day
 EPICURE
 Save 25% OFF ALL WUSTHOF this weekend only!
 John Mcrae
 confessed. And he didn't hide the
 bloody knifeheusedtokilla
Knife me daddy

Knife me daddy

attorneys: Senator Cruz: Now, throughout every AG Horowitz: That's not in one of the filings - the DOJ and FBI didn't inform the FISA court that this any of the FIISA applications. was being paid for by the DNC and Hillary Clinton campaign, is that right? Senator Cruz: So they didn't tell the court that and it's not like the DOJ didn't know, indeed one of the senior department of justice officials, Bruce Ohr, his wife worked at fusion gps, the oppo-research company being paid by the DNC, and he became the principle liaison with Steele without telling anyone at the department of justice that he was essentially working on behalf of the Clinton campaign. Senator Cruz: - It's interesting seeing Democratic senators wanting to defend this abuse of power. Several senators, Senator Feinstein said I wrote this down - "The FBI didn't place SPIES in the campaign". Senator Lehey said something similar. Well that may be true, not spies IN the Trump campaign, but reading from your report, in particular page 4 of the executive summary, your report says: "Thereafter, the Crossfire Hurricane team used more intrusive techniques, including confidential human sources to interact and consensually record multiple conversations with Page and Papadopoulos, both during and after the time they were working for the Trump campaign, as well as on one occasion with a high-level Trump campaign official who was not a subject of the investigation. " Senator Cruz: So they didn't place spies IN the campaign, but they sent spies to record senior members of the campaign, AG Horowitz: (Nodding) They send confidential human sources in to do in the middle of the presidential those. campaign, when that candidate was the nominee for the other major party that was the opposing party to the one in is that right? power, AG Horowitz: Based on Senator Cruz: Did anyone at the DOJ what we found; nobody had Who at the DOJ knew about this? Did been told in advance. the Attorney General know about this? Did the White House know about this? Nobody knew about it. AG Horowitz: They did not. The only evidence that Senator Cruz: somebody knew was the line attorneys, in NSD, when But once it was they were told very selective portions of what had happening did, occurred. No one knew beforehand, nobody had been they know? briefed and frankly that was one of the most concerning things here is that nobody needed to be told. You believe that the FBI, CIA and NSA can spy on the GOP Presidential campaign and nobody needs to know, right?
nsfw
 attorneys: Senator Cruz: Now, throughout every
 AG Horowitz: That's not in
 one of the filings - the DOJ and FBI
 didn't inform the FISA court that this
 any of the FIISA applications.
 was being paid for by the DNC and
 Hillary Clinton campaign, is that right?
 Senator Cruz: So they didn't tell the court that and it's not like the DOJ didn't
 know, indeed one of the senior department of justice officials, Bruce Ohr, his
 wife worked at fusion gps, the oppo-research company being paid by the DNC,
 and he became the principle liaison with Steele without telling anyone at the
 department of justice that he was essentially working on behalf of the Clinton
 campaign.
 Senator Cruz: - It's interesting seeing Democratic senators wanting to defend
 this abuse of power. Several senators, Senator Feinstein said I wrote this
 down - "The FBI didn't place SPIES in the campaign". Senator Lehey said
 something similar. Well that may be true, not spies IN the Trump campaign, but
 reading from your report, in particular page 4 of the executive summary, your
 report says: "Thereafter, the Crossfire Hurricane team used more intrusive
 techniques, including confidential human sources to interact and consensually
 record multiple conversations with Page and Papadopoulos, both during and
 after the time they were working for the Trump campaign, as well as on one
 occasion with a high-level Trump campaign official who was not a subject of
 the investigation. "
 Senator Cruz: So they didn't place spies
 IN the campaign, but they sent spies to
 record senior members of the campaign,
 AG Horowitz: (Nodding)
 They send confidential
 human sources in to do
 in the middle of the presidential
 those.
 campaign, when that candidate was the
 nominee for the other major party that
 was the opposing party to the one in
 is that right?
 power,
 AG Horowitz: Based on
 Senator Cruz: Did anyone at the DOJ
 what we found; nobody had
 Who at the DOJ knew about this? Did
 been told in advance.
 the Attorney General know about this?
 Did the White House know about this?
 Nobody knew about it.
 AG Horowitz: They did not. The only evidence that
 Senator Cruz:
 somebody knew was the line attorneys, in NSD, when
 But once it was
 they were told very selective portions of what had
 happening did,
 occurred. No one knew beforehand, nobody had been
 they know?
 briefed and frankly that was one of the most
 concerning things here is that nobody needed to be
 told.
You believe that the FBI, CIA and NSA can spy on the GOP Presidential campaign and nobody needs to know, right?

You believe that the FBI, CIA and NSA can spy on the GOP Presidential campaign and nobody needs to know, right?

attorneys: Senator Cruz: Now, throughout every AG Horowitz: That's not in one of the filings - the DOJ and FBI didn't inform the FISA court that this any of the FIISA applications. was being paid for by the DNC and Hillary Clinton campaign, is that right? Senator Cruz: So they didn't tell the court that and it's not like the DOJ didn't know, indeed one of the senior department of justice officials, Bruce Ohr, his wife worked at fusion gps, the oppo-research company being paid by the DNC, and he became the principle liaison with Steele without telling anyone at the department of justice that he was essentially working on behalf of the Clinton campaign. Senator Cruz: - It's interesting seeing Democratic senators wanting to defend this abuse of power. Several senators, Senator Feinstein said I wrote this down - "The FBI didn't place SPIES in the campaign". Senator Lehey said something similar. Well that may be true, not spies IN the Trump campaign, but reading from your report, in particular page 4 of the executive summary, your report says: "Thereafter, the Crossfire Hurricane team used more intrusive techniques, including confidential human sources to interact and consensually record multiple conversations with Page and Papadopoulos, both during and after the time they were working for the Trump campaign, as well as on one occasion with a high-level Trump campaign official who was not a subject of the investigation. " Senator Cruz: So they didn't place spies IN the campaign, but they sent spies to record senior members of the campaign, AG Horowitz: (Nodding) They send confidential human sources in to do in the middle of the presidential those. campaign, when that candidate was the nominee for the other major party that was the opposing party to the one in is that right? power, AG Horowitz: Based on Senator Cruz: Did anyone at the DOJ what we found; nobody had Who at the DOJ knew about this? Did been told in advance. the Attorney General know about this? Did the White House know about this? Nobody knew about it. AG Horowitz: They did not. The only evidence that Senator Cruz: somebody knew was the line attorneys, in NSD, when But once it was they were told very selective portions of what had happening did, occurred. No one knew beforehand, nobody had been they know? briefed and frankly that was one of the most concerning things here is that nobody needed to be told. You believe that the FBI, CIA and NSA can spy on the GOP Presidential campaign and nobody needs to know, right?
nsfw
 attorneys: Senator Cruz: Now, throughout every
 AG Horowitz: That's not in
 one of the filings - the DOJ and FBI
 didn't inform the FISA court that this
 any of the FIISA applications.
 was being paid for by the DNC and
 Hillary Clinton campaign, is that right?
 Senator Cruz: So they didn't tell the court that and it's not like the DOJ didn't
 know, indeed one of the senior department of justice officials, Bruce Ohr, his
 wife worked at fusion gps, the oppo-research company being paid by the DNC,
 and he became the principle liaison with Steele without telling anyone at the
 department of justice that he was essentially working on behalf of the Clinton
 campaign.
 Senator Cruz: - It's interesting seeing Democratic senators wanting to defend
 this abuse of power. Several senators, Senator Feinstein said I wrote this
 down - "The FBI didn't place SPIES in the campaign". Senator Lehey said
 something similar. Well that may be true, not spies IN the Trump campaign, but
 reading from your report, in particular page 4 of the executive summary, your
 report says: "Thereafter, the Crossfire Hurricane team used more intrusive
 techniques, including confidential human sources to interact and consensually
 record multiple conversations with Page and Papadopoulos, both during and
 after the time they were working for the Trump campaign, as well as on one
 occasion with a high-level Trump campaign official who was not a subject of
 the investigation. "
 Senator Cruz: So they didn't place spies
 IN the campaign, but they sent spies to
 record senior members of the campaign,
 AG Horowitz: (Nodding)
 They send confidential
 human sources in to do
 in the middle of the presidential
 those.
 campaign, when that candidate was the
 nominee for the other major party that
 was the opposing party to the one in
 is that right?
 power,
 AG Horowitz: Based on
 Senator Cruz: Did anyone at the DOJ
 what we found; nobody had
 Who at the DOJ knew about this? Did
 been told in advance.
 the Attorney General know about this?
 Did the White House know about this?
 Nobody knew about it.
 AG Horowitz: They did not. The only evidence that
 Senator Cruz:
 somebody knew was the line attorneys, in NSD, when
 But once it was
 they were told very selective portions of what had
 happening did,
 occurred. No one knew beforehand, nobody had been
 they know?
 briefed and frankly that was one of the most
 concerning things here is that nobody needed to be
 told.
You believe that the FBI, CIA and NSA can spy on the GOP Presidential campaign and nobody needs to know, right?

You believe that the FBI, CIA and NSA can spy on the GOP Presidential campaign and nobody needs to know, right?

attorneys: all Verizon 17% O 8:15 PM A abovethelaw.com ABOVE THE LAW MENU In a declaration supporting Allstate's ex parte application for relief, Klee says Hook "bombarded" him and his colleagues with "over 100 emails." Here's a taste of what went down between Hook and the lawyers at Sheppard Mullin: • "Fuck you crooks. Eat a bowl of dicks." (Declaration of Peter H. Klee, Ex. 1, p. 5) • "I'm going to let the long dick of the law fuck Allstate for all of us." (Id., p. 7) • "Hey Klee you Cumstain the demand is now 302 million. Pay up fuckface." (Id., p. 8) • "Peter when you are done felating your copy boy tell Allstate the demand is now 305 million." (Id., p. 9) • "[Other Sheppard Mullin attorneys] may not be too smart but at least they have some fucking dignity and honor unlike you two limp dick mother fuckers." (Id., p. 10) • "Hey shit for brains Allstate owes my clients a lot of money. It's due yesterday. Pay up fucktard or you will be lucky to work as a notary public in El Cajon." (Id., p. 16) • "Hey fuck face today only the claim is on sale for 303 million. If you are too old, impotent and stupid to even discuss settlement, maybe it is time to hand off the file to Poul [Sleeley » (Id 17) small firm lawyer tells big law team to “eat a bag of dicks” defended himself by citing it as a “confidential negotiation tactic”
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 ABOVE THE LAW
 MENU
 In a declaration supporting Allstate's ex
 parte application for relief, Klee says Hook
 "bombarded" him and his colleagues with
 "over 100 emails." Here's a taste of what
 went down between Hook and the lawyers at
 Sheppard Mullin:
 • "Fuck you crooks. Eat a bowl of dicks." (Declaration of Peter H. Klee,
 Ex. 1, p. 5)
 • "I'm going to let the long dick of the law fuck Allstate for all of
 us." (Id., p. 7)
 • "Hey Klee you Cumstain the demand is now 302 million. Pay up
 fuckface." (Id., p. 8)
 • "Peter when you are done felating your copy boy tell Allstate the
 demand is now 305 million." (Id., p. 9)
 • "[Other Sheppard Mullin attorneys] may not be too smart but at least
 they have some fucking dignity and honor unlike you two limp dick
 mother fuckers." (Id., p. 10)
 • "Hey shit for brains Allstate owes my clients a lot of money. It's due
 yesterday. Pay up fucktard or you will be lucky to work as a notary
 public in El Cajon." (Id., p. 16)
 • "Hey fuck face today only the claim is on sale for 303 million. If you
 are too old, impotent and stupid to even discuss settlement, maybe it is
 time to hand off the file to Poul [Sleeley » (Id
 17)
small firm lawyer tells big law team to “eat a bag of dicks” defended himself by citing it as a “confidential negotiation tactic”

small firm lawyer tells big law team to “eat a bag of dicks” defended himself by citing it as a “confidential negotiation tactic”