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Instead, barristers, as trial lawyers are known, both prosecute and defend clients, depending on the case.
His trial lawyer, Gina Jones of New Braunfels, moved to quash Friesenhahn’s indictment, arguing that the legal driving limit discriminated against alcoholics, but state District Judge Jack Robison denied the request.
The longtime local trial lawyer specializes in employment, civil rights and violence against women cases.
John Morgan, the Orlando trial lawyer who largely financed the amendment drive, filed suit, which state attorneys are trying to have dismissed.
Joining McCrum in Uresti’s defense is Little Rock, Arkansas, trial lawyer Tab Turner, who specializes in civil litigation.
All trial lawyers must be versed in this dark art — hopefully more to guard against than practice it.
An appeals court overturned his conviction last year and found his trial lawyers failed to object to evidence relating to Ward’s right to remain silent.
Proponents of the action hailed it as a win against trial lawyers, a victory for community banks and a benefit to consumers who won't pin their hopes on class-action lawsuits that typically could bring winners less than $33 apiece.
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