The Country Lawyer and the Blame Game

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I am a trial lawyer. My cases involve unfortuanate tragedies where a loved one has been maimed or even killed by another person. Usually, it is not difficult to figure out what happened. Someone was drunk and driving or fell asleep and crossed the road or was texting and not paying attention. It is hard
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New Sign

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We recently put a new sign out in front of our building. My brother, Tom, helped build it. It is beautiful. It brings back memories of when I came to work for a great country lawyer, Jack Dalton. Our building was in downtown Dodge City. The building was unique, had no windows and featured a
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We’re All In This Together

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Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma remind us that we are pretty small and fragile when it comes to a natural disaster. A hurricane doesn’t care what your political beliefs are or how much money you have or whether you have Jesus on speedial. The sheer power and force is awesome and humbling and not much
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Docket Day

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In the rural Kansas counties, the District Judge will travel to the small counties in the district usually once a month. Routine business is handled on a “docket” where the Judge will call the docket, case by case, and the lawyers will inform the judge of the status of the case. Minor hearings might also
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