Lindsay Lohan's Lawyer's Loopy Legal Argument Laced With Lifted Language?

Lindsay Lohan's Lawyer's Loopy Legal Argument Laced With Lifted Language?

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Now here's a weird one. THResq has a report concerning Lindsay Lohan's lawyer in her ridiculous case against the rapper Pitbull. That lawyer has now been accused of plagiarizing most of a recent filing which tried to argue that Pitbull's First Amendment rights weren't an issue in the case. If...
Lindsay Lohan's Lawyer's Loopy Legal Argument Laced With Lifted Language?
                                       

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