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This article is displaying a lawyer’s attempt to have the charges against his client dropped ,(comma) due to misconduct by the sheriff’s department. The lawyer claims that the conversation that was recorded between him and his client (this sentence might sound better if you wrote,”between his client and himself” at the end) , which falls subject to lawyer client privilege, did not have the right to be recorded or sent to the district attorney. The news article also shows the Sheriff’s argument that no laws were broken. The author displays the information in an unbiased manor (misspelled: manner ), and does not sway towards (grammar: toward) either argument. The author does not have expertise on this issue; however the story subject does contain two people that (grammar choice:who) would be considered experts on the law. I do not believe the claim that the taping of
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This note was uploaded on 04/19/2010 for the course ENGLISH 205 taught by Professor Proffessor during the Fall '09 term at University of Florida.

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