I once thought that all lawyers were articulate, erudite, and magical. Once consulted, through expertise and experience, problems disappeared. Whatever the headache—criminal or civil, big or small—a lawyer had a simple and immediate solution. Alas, once admitted, I quickly learned that Atticus Finch existed only in imagination. That most of us are pedestrian Clydesdales, with limited insight and knowledge. Then I met Jake Stein.
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