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April 12, 2007

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Jennifer Stergion

I am a third-year law student at UB Law (hereinafter, "UBLAW!"). My mother was the attorney (the pro bono attorney) in this case. If you are interested in following it, her contact information is: lawyer@betzjitomir.com

Susan

I am the attorney Susan BetzJitomir, for those who are interested, there will be no new competency hearing as Mr. Mack has been in treatment for years and is competent now. We are fighting the issue as of April 2008, of whether he was capable of entering a knowing intelligent and voluntary plea in 2003, with the same Judge, who is very professional.
Susan

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