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February 04, 2011


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You answered several questions I had...I am very reluctant to go before the board without an attorney now...just have to find the money somehow

I was asked by an attorney why am I considering going back after this amount of time had lapsed...my response was "Why not?". The attorney quickly shared with me the price per hour...

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