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Criminal Defense Lawyer
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One more thing, it sounds like you might be talking about an employment law case. The fact is that the law is very hostile to employment law cases. The vast majority of employment law cases are resolved on summary judgment. This is particularly true in the 5th circuit. This is one of the problems of federal law. There are really horrible precedents out there. This is true in employment law, constitutional law, RICO Law, etc. I would think it would be very frustrating to be a federal district judge trying to both honor precedent and do the right thing.
7/15/19, 2:13 AM
Hon. Nelva Gonzales Ramos

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