Why the stereotype on Lawyers holds true...

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    http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,125164,00.html

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    In an article on his Web site, he wrote, "The world's most powerful army is an army of cowards. They are soldiers who are willing to risk the lives of innocent civilians to protect their own. I don't know about my fellow Americans, but I don't feel very much protected by such cowards."

    Outrageous. Note that the slimy scumbucket didn't have the guts to say this to the face of one of the folks he characterizes as "cowards".

    Why is this asshole still breathing my air?
     
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    My God,is this guy for real?!!!! There is no way possible this could happen right?! (reasurance please!)

    It's a sad day when a lawyer does something like this in the name of money and fame.
     
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    You mean the stereotype that good defense lawyers will do anything they can, within the law, to defend their clients? Its not just a stereotype, its true, and it part of what makes our system great.
     
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    No, he's doing is job. What's sad is your attitude about defense lawyers.
     
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    How sad, that a defense lawyer would attempt to do his job. You people make me sick. Apparently you'd like defense lawyers to do whatever is neccessary to ensure their clients lose. A pretty pathetic attitude if you ask me.
     
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    In an article on his Web site, he wrote, "The world's most powerful army is an army of cowards. They are soldiers who are willing to risk the lives of innocent civilians to protect their own. I don't know about my fellow Americans, but I don't feel very much protected by such cowards."

    And what part of his "job" do you suppose the sleazy bastard was doing when he wrote those words?
     
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    In a trial by jury, the lawyer is fully in the right and to be commended for doing the job well. -REGARDLESS OF SIDE COMMENTS.

    However, is this a trial by jury of peers?

    NO.

    If it were, he would fry.

    Peers are associates, neighbors or co-workers who know his character.

    Anyone knowing what he is capable of would dice him up regardless of lawyers.

    -That is not America over there, folks.
     

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