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So “there are good and important reasons for an adversarial judicial system” for big business but not all of us people that only ask for our day in court.

And they also are joining forces with the American Civil Liberties Union “to fight this assault on the fundamental rights that are guaranteed to every U.S. citizen.” Does this mean they will sue themselves for their assault on state tort laws?

“In a democracy, there are good and important reasons for an adversarial judicial system—no matter how much money and political influence the US Chamber of Commerce has.”

“We are also working to vigorously protect the sacred, constitutionally guaranteed right of due process and a key element of that right, the attorney-client privilege. In a democracy, there are good and important reasons for an adversarial judicial system—no matter what politically ambitious prosecutors may say.”

“We have a big problem with that. So we’ve joined with groups such as the American Civil Liberties Union, the American Bar Association, and the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers to fight this assault on the fundamental rights that are guaranteed to every U.S. citizen.

http://www.uschamber.com/press/speeches/2005/051130tjd_wallstreet.htm

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