Monday 11/8 & Tuesday 11/9 hear Meryl Lanson’s story of trouble with the Florida Bar.
Jack Thompson discusses his trials and tribulations with the Florida Bar on Thursday 11/11 and Friday 11/12.
“I can’t say it any clearer” Les Winston’s summary of more than 30 radio shows…
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