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A Different Type Of Trial by Fire

Monroe attorney puts culinary skills to the test on national TV

, The Connecticut Law Tribune

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Jason Maur was in the midst of the most grueling trial of his young professional career. He needed to present his case to the three of the toughest judges in the world. But for the Monroe attorney who started practicing law in November 2010, this trial had nothing to do with legal training. If it had, it probably would've been easier.

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