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, The Connecticut Law Tribune

If I can't be properly qualified to serve as an expert witness in the retrial of Vendrella v. Astriab on the issue of biting, horses and what makes the two things related, I think it is time that I wrote a book. In spite of the fact that I have three finished novel manuscripts which have somehow escaped publication despite fierce efforts on the author's part to attract attention to them, and three-quarters of a fourth, I am not giving up. I will just shift focus.

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