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Monday, August 19, 2013

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Rachel Berman

Love the article! It is heartening to know there are people working very hard to ensure 'public justice'. Big corporations can very easily financially bully individuals fighting for a just cause. I am glad that some of these courts are keeping the playing field level. Thanks to hard working ethical people such as yourself! Keep on keeping on :)

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