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One Response to “Leave a Comment”

  1. FELIX TORRES, JR. Says:

    Where is the Office of Chief Trial Counsel of the State Bar? Hey guys these California Lawyers may have done something bad. Oh the OCTC only goes after sole los. I see. We would not want the big guys of the bar to be offended do we. OCTC STEEDMAN where are you, you ass.

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