Arnold Williams (notebuyer) wrote,
Arnold Williams
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Lawyers Act Against Public Interest, Again.

This time, it's trying to stop public access to criminal court records (unless, of course, you hire an attorney: did I mention the ABA was a rent-seekers home?)

Before you think that's a good idea, remember how long, and how hard it was to estabilish, Megan's Law Registry? Are you aware that if you hire or promote someone with a criminal past, you may be held responsible for his acts and have to pay money?

Do you really want to set businesses up for losses that might close them, forcing other people to lose their jobs?
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