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March 29, 2013


Darren McKinney

Goblin must be a crimnal, and Max Kennerly must be a plaintiffs' attorney -- not that those two categories don't share plenty of overlap (see Dickie Scruggs, Bill Lerach, Mel Weiss, et al.).

-Darren McKinney, American Tort Reform Association, Washington, DC


Can't say I feel sorry that prosecutors and judges are getting a pay cut.

Bring it on.

Max Kennerly

And because corporate defendants have worked hard to drag civil lawsuits into federal courts, where there are judicial vacancies and where the Speedy Trial Act prioritizes criminal cases, this means that civil justice will be further delayed and thus denied.

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