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Mitchell-Roche Michael W. Mitchell and Edward Roche

4th Circuit SpotlightTrials are expensive and emotionally draining. No business or individual wants to go through a trial twice when once would suffice. And if you think your client is unhappy to try a case twice, think how unhappy they will be if they won the first round with inadmissible evidence and then they lose the second round when the evidence is excluded.

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