Assault charges against former mayor Frank Buck have been dismissed, the Daily Progress reports. He’d been accused of attempting to choke his own client while in court, but he and his (presumably former) client reached a settlement, allowing the judge to dismiss the charge. Buck says he intends to be more selective in his selection of clients.
Admittedly, this isn’t terribly exciting news, but I think that after reporting that somebody has been charged with a crime, if they’re acquitted or charges are dropped, that should probably get as much attention as the initial story.
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I can understand the part about wanting to throttle your attorney, but the dismissing of the charges part strikes me as favoritism.
“I can understand the part about wanting to throttle your attorney”
Apparently not! The attorney was trying to throttle the client!
Sorry, guess that was wishful thinking on my part.
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