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Fighting for the Oppressed Until They're Made Whole

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As a criminal defense lawyer, I often receive frantic calls. A family member was just hauled away by the cops, or the news just said the caller has been indicted, or the police are at the door with a search warrant. But one call gave me pause: "The sheriff is on his way to my house," sobbed the woman on the phone, "and he's going to arrest me unless I pay the debt collector. What should I do?"

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