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Pay attention when a judge uses exclamation points

By Richard Borreca

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Jul 16, 2013

~~<p>The thing to remember about federal District Court judges, besides that they are appointed for life, is that they spend their lives researching the law and the reason for the law.</p>
<p>As an aside, you might also note that federal judges are not inclined to use exclamation points in their written messages. &quot;Cease and desist&quot; is understood without shouting punctuation.</p>
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The thing to remember about federal District Court judges, besides that they are appointed for life, is that they spend their lives researching the law and the reason for the law.

As an aside, you might also note that federal judges are not inclined to use exclamation points in their written messages. "Cease and desist" is understood without shouting punctuation. Login for more...



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