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California / Mitchelson Case / Lawyers #325553

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Feb 14, 1989
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Famous "palimony" cases of Pamela Mason, Michelle Triola Marvin and Roxanne Pulitzer noted. Report introduced.

(Los Angeles, California: David Dow) Palimony attorney Marvin Mitchelson reported accused of unethical conduct by his clients; details given, scenes shown. [MITCHELSON - says he'll be vindicated.] Complaints against lawyers noted incr. [California bar association spokesperson James BASCUE - says people are angry.] [Malpractice victims Horace DOOLITTLE, Toni GARRENS - comment on suffering med. and legal malpractice.] Punishment of lawyers noted handled through state bar assns. [Trial Lawyers of American spokesperson LeRoy HERSH - comments on situation.] California's reformed attorney complaint system discussed.

Rather, Dan;
Dow, David

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