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  • Shirley opposed because first, because the best man doesn't give the groom away, second, is that they used to be husbands and wives and last, she is not a man
  • I don't think anybody has the option to do that


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      Shirley Schimdt got a visit from her ex-husband Ivan. The latter wanted Shirley to be his best man for his wedding. Shirley opposed because first, because the best man doesn’t give the groom away, second, is that they used to be husbands and wives and last, she is not a man. Ivan wanted Shirley back but Shirley is not amenable to the plan.

      Meanwhile, Alan is defending a client who was sued


      for killing his wife. The latter was suffering from Alzheimer’s and she begged her to help her. The husband increased the morphine drip which eventually led to her death. The current lawyer recommended that he should take manslaughter, but the client does not want it because he maintained that he is not a criminal. He sought the help of Alan in the case upon recommendation of the consensus he gathered.

      Paul ...


      • Lewiston paid her daughter a visit. They have not seen each other for seven years. He discovered that he had a granddaughter.

        I have been a staunch advocate for human life. There was a deliberate attempt to assist her wife and spare her the extreme indignity of experiencing the rotting of her brain. Gruesome as it may sound, the act was criminal. Where do we draw the line between grief and the

        wanting not to be financially drained? There is a law against assisted suicide. Perhaps the law bothers us to remind that it goes to the very purpose of the sanctity of life. Is the decision for us to take away life left of a person clouded with emotional dilemma? I don’t think anybody has the option to do that. The not guilty verdict was inaccurate. This episode showed Alan’s frustration over his client’s acquittal.




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