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By Anonymous - / Thursday 17 March 2016 15:34 / United States
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that's not actually the case in a court room. in a court room the judge has abseloute power and if you are told to shut up you shut up. you do not have freedom of speech in a court room. it's one of the very few exceptions.

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Haha, oh dear. You really have no idea what slander is, do you? Actually, you remind me of those people who get into internet debates and start screaming "slander" or "libel" the moment someone makes a rude comment about them. Slander is a false statement intended to cause material harm to somebody's professional reputation. It's NOT the same as hurting someone's feelings with some coarse language. Speaking of which, we can indirectly attack you if you'd like.

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That's right, I'm an idiot because you say I am. And everyone who downvoted and buried you too, I don't doubt. Yet you care enough to make a meaningless, evasive reply and then post another proclaiming that you just don't care. I feel like a very special idiot. Don't worry, though, I'll be the bigger man and stop replying after this. But I know you have to have the last word, so go on and make it special. :')

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in this instance the client does not have the right to freedom of speech, in certain places such as schools, the court room, ect. certain rights are taken away. freedom of speech is one of these rights that are taken away. So next time before you run your mouth, how about you learn the facts?

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So because some people don't have jobs OP shouldn't complain.. on an app made for things which are an FML? That's ridiculous. And it's not like it's super easy to just find another job. Come on.

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That's terrible, although you are very noble for choosing that field as it is needed and a greatly overburdened area of law. However, if you're really that fed up with it, you have experience and public defending can be a boost to your resume, so it wouldn't be too difficult to switch to another field of law. Such as criminal defense attorney, real estate, family law, financial, it would allow you to have more flexibility with clients, so you would have more choice in the matter, hopefully avoid

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