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March 31, 2009

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John Griffin

Interesting that the employer's counsel AGREED with Souter about jurors being smarter than lawyers. That was shocking, even though it is true!

Dennis Egan

Juries are smarter than judges. Justice Souter hits the nail on the head....

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