When defense attorney Peter J. Neeson opened his oral argument before the state Supreme Court Wednesday with a rather daunting government statistic — that a person encounters about 100 million asbestos fibers in his or her lifetime — Chief Justice Ronald D. Castille and Justice J. Michael Eakin shared a look that could have only meant the following:
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