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Time moves on, positively kinetic in retrospect. Stale claims in the legal world are disfavored and have been since at least the Bible. (Deuteronomy 15:1-3). With the passage of time, memory dims and evidence tarnishes. The statute of limitations in legal malpractice cases is often thought of as a stout wall. Hard to get over; impossible to get around.

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