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(NT) (NT) Bad link

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Let's try that link again...

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If this was done in a lot more cases, tort reform would not

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be necessary. Unfortunately, this ruling confirms the need for reform. There are all too many dishonest lawyers making far too much money under the current system.

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It proves the current system

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works and that fraud cases are thrown out.

Dan

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Where do the companies go ...

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... to get their good names and legal fees back? How about companies that settled to avoid the costs of being taken to court?

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The same place private

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citizens go when they are wrongly accused and prosecuted.

Dan

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I don't think ...

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... the current system allows the companies to go after the attorneys that cooked up the charges with their "experts".

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Now to send the bill

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for the entire court proceeding to the Texas law firm. Now that would be a serious deterrent to frivolous cases.

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Exploiting, feigning or exaggerating our miseries

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should not be a viable career choice.:(

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Judge Jack...

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throwing the PC a curveball..good for her!
Now if we could only find a judge for the Supreme Court with her intestinal fortitude...

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