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Response to pnwmom (Reply #14)

Mon Apr 16, 2018, 12:24 PM

15. A big part of my last paragraph is about your first sentence.

 

They are so absolute in their claim that it can have no basis in reality. I would think that would not only hurt their case but horrify any past clients. I think there would be an argument there if they hadnít put it forward in such an absolute manner. Ignorance isnít the best argument at this level.

The ďexceptionalĒ argument is real and should be given more merit, IMO. Seems the judge is doing just that. I donít think the judge will be impressed by this damn near non-response on any level. An opportunity was given to Cohens team to make an argument and they did so in a very weak manner. Iím assuming they feel more comfortable putting a stronger case together on appeal or just using that process to drag it out.

I really feel that Iím half as smart as the people involved here but I could have made a stronger argument. Something else is going on. They know they put forward a weak argument.

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