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October 23, 2007

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thomas johnson


Based the list of court documents the attorney Russell seems to have got the case after another attorney lost the actual trial and never brought any post-trial motions so the facts were set in stone, and based on the Mpls Star Tribune the client Ortega was also famous for choosing to deal with questionable people including events leading to an FBI indictment of a Minneapolis politician for bribery, altogether making the case which argued Ortega had no reason to doubt people or title to investigate further quite a longshot. The attorney seems to have won some big cases, see www.lawlibrary.state.mn.us/archive/ctapun/0809/opa071344-0909.pdf and
http://www.lawlibrary.state.mn.us/archive/ctappub/0608/opa051578-0815.htm.

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