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Grand Jury Duty Post Mortem
Before coming to NLADA I received a Jury summons in the mail. Not being worldly enough to know that there was such a massive difference between petit jury and grand jury, I really didn’t make much of it. It would be a couple days at most, and I am sure I would be passed over. I was, after all, working for an association known for its position helping poor folks find good legal assistance. What prosecutor would want to put up with such a loose cannon?
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Nature has done brilliantly as she has made Washington simply devastatingly inviting.
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DC’s budget will end chronic homelessness for 615 individuals and 180 families
I just received this email from Miriam's Kitchen, the homeless kitchen I volunteered at for over a decade, as well as the home of The Way Home and they, have amazing new that I would love to share with you on their behalf.
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Washington is Revenge of the Nerds
Washington men are only interested in possessing the women who spurned them in high school and college.
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Smithsonian Young Benefactor Schmooze and Kuna
Last night Sarah invited me to escort her to the Happy Hour at the Clarendon Grill, hosted by the The Young Benefactors of the Smithsonian Institution.
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Washington, DC, Dinner Party on the Hill
I really enjoyed a dinner party I attended last night on the Hill. Thank you, Professor Meredith Hindley.
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