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January 25, 2013

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William Berg

The background can only be law books, scales of justice, etc? Good taste is subjective - it cannot be decreed by legislation.

Andrew Spark

Makes sense. Here in Florida, the lawyer ad rules are tough, and non-lawyers run false and deceptive ads all over the place taking away business that would otherwise go to law-abiding and usually-more-capable lawyers.

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