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How Well Do You Know Yourself, Much Less Others?

Rape cases are often the most difficult cases to handle. Many attorneys shy away from them, not wanting to be involved in cases that involve the kinds of facts that arise in these cases. Frequently the issues raised strike close to home for many attorneys,...

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Good Lawyering Not Always Reflected In Result

One of my best professors in law school was Peter W. Tague. I took his evidence and criminal law courses at Georgetown Law, and he knew the subjects well. More importantly, unlike many of my other professors, he had actually practiced law before he...

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