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Beware of experts and specialist designations and badges in certain areas of law. Great lawyers are measured in the courtroom not in the boardroom or the classroom.  Georgia Bar Rule allows lawyers to truthfully communicate the fact that they are a specialist or are certified in a particular field of law by experience or as a result of having been certified as a "specialist" by successfully completing a particular program of legal specialization. An example of a proper use of the term would be "Certified as a Civil Trial Specialist by XYZ Institute" provided such statement would not be false or misleading and provided further that the Civil Trial Specialist program of XYZ Institute is a recognized and bona fide professional entity. Any lawyer can take a class and get a certificate but having specialized knowledge and getting "not guilty" verdicts in the Courtroom are two different things. Specialization is only useful if you know how to use it in front of a jury. Ask any lawyer you interview when the last time they contested a DUI before a jury and if and when they had gotten any "Not Guilty" verdicts at trial. A real DUI lawyer will have won at least a few jury trials in the last year to six months.  Prosecutors know, fear, and give good deals to lawyers they know are a threat in the courtroom and not that are certified, specialized, or have classroom experience.

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In this political thriller, an ambitious press secretary discovers that the opposing political candidate has feathered the nest of his campaigns with terrible lies.

This was a difficult one to get, because Sting wrote a very good song, but there was no guitar on it. He had this Hammond organ thing that sounded like Billy Preston . It certainly didn't sound like the Police, with that big, rolling synthesiser part. We spent about six weeks recording just the snare drums and the bass. It was a simple, classic chord sequence, but we couldn't agree how to do it. I'd been making an album with Robert Fripp , and I was kind of experimenting with playing Bartok violin duets and had worked up a new riff. When Sting said 'go and make it your own', I went and stuck that lick on it, and immediately we knew we had something special.

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