Monthly Archives: May 2012

The first time I met John Edwards…

The first time I met John Edwards was in the summer of 1997. He was in Charlotte “for a little case we have in Mecklenburg” and called and said he wanted to talk with me. The year before, I had … Continue reading

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My judicial recommendations

Seem that every election season, my clients and neighbors give me a ring and repeat variations on the same theme…  “Mike, I don’t know anything about these Judges, who should I vote for?”  I always refuse to answer that question. … Continue reading

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More Good Info on Amendment One

After I posted my strong concerns about the the legal uncertainties that will surely rise if Amendment One passes on Tues (see below), I came across a really good analysis by NC POLICY WATCH’s Rob Schofield.  He focused on four … Continue reading

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