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May 19, 2009


Chris Randolph

Upon reviewing the statements of both Messrs. Belcuore and Flagg about their candidacies I was struck by two things. One was that both said they want to help provide legal services to people who can't afford legal fees. Mr. Flagg has much experience about that; I was disappointed Mr. Belcuore didn't offer anything about how he would help in that area. Two, I guess many lawyers endorse each candidate, but I wonder how clients would rate each of them. Is there a forum where these concerns can be addressed?

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