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by Charles Fincher

Bitcher & Prickman law comic strip synopsis: Edward concludes his argument before an appellate court panel and states that he will not be taking questions. The reason is that it's known that at the U.S. Supreme Court, counsel who gets asked the most questions usually loses. After silence, Edward asks, "No questions, so I must be winning ... Right? The justices laugh out loud at him, to which he meekly responds, "Any dissents?" 05.31.09

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