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March 24, 2008

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M. Person

You know what will be even more unusual? When that one lawyer loses all three cases. Look up said lawyer's track record at the Court on granted cases (as opposed to getting cases granted). It's not pretty.

JT

William Jay, another new lawyer in the SG's office, also made his SCOTUS premiere today. He argued the Clintwood Elkhorn case for the Government and performed quite well.

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