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February 18, 2011


Mesothelioma Litigation

I think that is proper to use cameras and media inside the courtroom except for those who are not allowed. This is also one reason to know the scenes, which are happening in the court. It will be much better if there are photos taken to be one of the sources as the evidence during the trial.

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