While booze and a high-cap credit limit can tamper down problems with success, they are not always good choices nor do they generally lead to positive change.
Some shmoe out there needed to take a closer look at Shpoonkle and report back about it. Lucky for you, I’m that shmoe.
Renowned Third Amendment lawyer T. Scotch Reynolds talks about quartering soldiers and his life in the spotlight of Third Amendment jurisprudence.
Me? I’m a single dad with four kids and six foster children, plus I care for my adult brother who has severe ulcerative colitis, no legs, and a brain injury from serving in the first Iraq war.
It’s not about the sucky message, it’s about how you deliver the sucky message.
What you put on your wall can make or break your law practice. Don’t skimp. Live large.