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Wilms Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Apr-13-10 04:42 PM
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16. Try not to be misleading.
By "tossed", what you really mean is that the case was Voluntarily Dismissed by the plaintiff without prejudice. Meanwhile, the DRE's were on their way to PA. They weren't implemented as a result of the suit.

While nothing to celebrate by lever advocates, I want to make sure your post isn't misunderstood. There's enough of that. Like your assumption about Bill Bored's interest in audits.


Moving past "powerful forces" :scared: and turning our attention toward bogeymans, are there any jurisdictions currently looking to switch from whatever to DRE's?

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