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Judge in Facebook Terrorism Case Says Tongue-Lashing at Young Lawyer Wasn’t Personal

An apologetic senior Kirkland partner apologized to a Brooklyn federal judge for not sending a more seasoned attorney to a hearing in a Facebook terrorism-related case.
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