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Leonard Goldstein
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The Truth Will Set You Free
The mainstream media reported that the sun rose in the eastern sky this morning at 6:12 AM.  I take that to be true.  The news program then followed with the usual blood and guts stories, stories on the political scene, and the national economy.  After the ...
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Fact Versus Fiction Versus Belief
I first started practicing law as a Public defender and
continued a litigation practice for an additional 21 years.   I was convinced that the factual evidence, if
presented in a logical way with my limited powers of persuasion, would convince
a fairly sele...
Fact Versus Fiction Versus Belief
Fact Versus Fiction Versus Belief
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Is The Supreme Court Truly Supreme?
As a lawyer, I am most intrigued by the judicial branch of government.  The Supreme Court gets most of the headlines within legal news. But as my late great mentor Rollie Rogers (Colorado’s first Public Defender) said, "There is more (in) justice to be foun...
Is The Supreme Court Truly Supreme?
Is The Supreme Court Truly Supreme?
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The Last 100 days
100 days has become a standard of time for a measurement of success.  The most obvious example is the first 100 days of a President’s term.  As enticing as it may be to comment on our President’s first 100 days, instead I am actually going to share with you...
The Last 100 days
The Last 100 days
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Caveat Emptor?
One of my recent experiences of buying something on line and trying to return it, turned into a minor nightmare, so I write this column as a form of therapy. During my first year of law school, we studied contract law.  A part of that course was spent on th...
Caveat Emptor?
Caveat Emptor?
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Caveat Emptor?
One of my recent experiences of buying something on line and trying to return it, turned into a minor nightmare, so I write this column as a form of therapy. During my first year of law school, we studied contract law.  A part of that course was spent on th...
Caveat Emptor?
Caveat Emptor?
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Has the Practice of Law Changed?
Recently, I had the privilege of attending a celebration for two friends who have been practicing law for 50 years.  That is a righteous period to perform good services for people.  These two lawyers have done that.  I aspire to that goal, but it has made m...
Has the Practice of Law Changed?
Has the Practice of Law Changed?
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To say there is divisiveness in our country today is an embarrassing
understatement.   The atmosphere of
divisiveness, anger and doom is making me, and I strongly suspect others, very
cranky.   Crankiness never used to be a
part of my nature and I don’t lik...
Len Goldstein, Attorney at Law
Len Goldstein, Attorney at Law
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Who Exactly Is Running This Country?
My latest musings involve our legislative processes both at
the State and Federal level.   My lobbyist
friends may not like what follows. There was time, not long ago when our legislators
owed their fealty to their constituents and to their party.   It now ...
Who Exactly Is Running This Country?
Who Exactly Is Running This Country?
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Food For Thought: State of the State, Volkswagon and Tax Extenders
As the cold months are upon us, I find I have a bit more
time to sit and ponder. Here are a few items for you to think about should you
find yourself in the same position: In a recent poll conducted by Politico, Colorado came out
pretty well.   It was ranke...
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