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March 22, 2010


Steve Rockett

It is a terrible shame that some organizations attack our justice system, because they have pre-judged the guilt or innocence of a plaintiff or defendant. I appreciate that justices of this caliber stand up for the system. Every Supreme Court Justice should have blasted the attack as prejudicial, especially coming from the daughter of a former vice-president. If I remember correctly, her father shot his lawyer and there was no investigation.

Joseph Morehead

In Re The Chaney attack on lawyers

It would be curious to see how Liz Chaney responds if her father were charged with war crimes.Would any lawyer representing him be considered a supporter of war crimes? Ms. Chaney lack of understanding of the role of attorneys to represent even the most despised of clients underscores her contempt for the rule of law and the presumption of innocence for everyone, including, I would suppose,her father.

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