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Opinion in McKinley v. Abbott below. (h/t: How Appealing)
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Posted by John Steele at 03:15 AM | Permalink
Given that barratry has a whole bunch of different meanings, it would have been useful to indicate that this was the client solicitation statute which prohibited contacting non-clients to solicit work.
And in particular, the challenged portion of the code was: Villasana challenged the portion of § 38.12(d)(2)(C) that prohibits written solicitation of persons who have been arrested or received a summons within 30 days of the person’s arrest or receipt of the summons. McKinley challenged all forms of solicitation by chiropractors of accident victims within the first 30 days of their accident as criminalized by § 38.12(d)(2)(A).
June 09, 2011 at 05:13 AM
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June 09, 2011 at 09:15 AM
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