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December 11, 2006

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John

Thanks, Niki! I've update my original Joe Jamail post with your new-found working link to the video.

Really shoots to hell the theory that video depositions make the lawyers more civil.

Art Villarreal

I was fortunate enough to be invited to have lunch with Joe last week. Having seen and heard the video, and all the wild stories, I was not sure what to expect. The bottom line: He is a truly amazing lawyer, and an equally impressive man.
My favorite quote of the day was when he told us about a televised debate he had been part of some time back, where his opponent - a doctor - had left Joe only about 30 seconds to close. Joe told the moderator, "not a problem."
He then said, (as closely as I can remember) "Mr. Moderator, you can please remind the good doctor - and I hope he doesn't mind me calling him a doctor - that when his professional ancestors were applying leeches to George Washington to bleed him into good health, my professional ancestors were writing the Declaration of Independance and the Constitution. Good night."

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