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June 29, 2012

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Barbara Negley

"... notwithstanding our confidence in the conscientiousness and integrity of the trial judge..." Has no one scrutinized this phrase in light of the judge's many reversals on appeal in the District of Columbia Court of Appeals and in Superior Court as witness? What is the conscientiousness and integrity of this judge, in plain language, notwithsanding?

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