The result is what every lawyer and every client seek: a relationship built on trust.
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Trial counsel must adapt standard CACI forms to meet the needs of specific cases.
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Judges in their own words
— Ninth Circuit Judge Jay S. Bybee concurring in the judgment but (in his words) “vigorously disagreeing with everything else” in Ozenne v. Chase Manhattan Bank (In re Ozenne)
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