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Not So Fast, Shakespeare

Not So Fast, Shakespeare

Shakespeare penned in King Henry VI, “first thing we do, let’s kill all the lawyers.”

Well, sometimes that may very well seem the best thing to do. But, lawyers do have redeeming qualities. For example, Montana lawyer, Gene Jarussi recently got a crooked landlord locked in the slammer for 3 days for … well, essentially, cheating his 93 year old tenant out of her $900 security deposit for two years.  Take a look here for the entire story.

Sometimes, justice is in the big cases.  But, sometimes it’s in the “little” cases, too.

Rebecca J. Rutz
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