Appellate Law

Violating Rule 1925 Conciseness Is Unwise, but Not a Waiver

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Aside from the rare legal all-star, in position to pick and choose cases, the rest of us inevitably have to confront losing. After all, it has been said that only lawyers who are not trusted with hard cases never lose.

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