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A few years ago, when Warren D. Wolfson was an Illinois Appellate Court judge, he was struck by something one of his fellow judges said."I was having coffee with a bunch of my colleagues at the courthouse," he said. "We were talking about lawyers coming into court and telling lies."What sort of lies? How about lawyers making excuses for showing up late in court?According to …

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