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August 30, 2010



Given the amount of security, and the quality of facilities, that these administrative courts get, you'd probably assume you were in traffic court if you just walked into one of the courtrooms.

Yet, they hear cases that sometimes involve life-or-death issues, or close to it. It's like hearing a capital murder case in traffic court. If you were a judge presiding over such a case, would you want a little bit of security? I know I would.

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