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1. Khalil Bahramian, Mohammadi's lawyer, criticised the judiciary for not allowing him to visit his client in Tehran's notorious Evin prison, where most dissidents are held. (Aljazeera, 31-07-2006)

2. By Josh WhiteWashington Post Staff WriterSunday, June 8, 2008; A04 A military defense attorney for a detainee held at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, has asked that all charges against his client be dismissed after prosecutors provided him documents that show the detainee was subjected to an abusive technique that had been banned at the facility, calling the treatment a violation of the law of war and U.S. laws and policies. (Washington Post, 08-06-2008)

3. James Martin Davis, the attorney for 26-year-old Kelsey Peterson, said his client will plead guilty Wednesday to federal charges of transporting a minor across state lines for the purpose of sex. (Washington Post, 02-07-2008)

4. A04 NEW YORK, Sept. 4 -- The attorney for an American-trained behavioral scientist charged with trying to kill U.S. personnel in July said in court Thursday that she believes that her client was imprisoned and tortured for several years before the incident and now could be mentally incompetent. (Washington Post, 05-09-2008)

5. Montgomery's attorneys must now try to persuade the same jurors to spare their client's life. The jury was to take a break Tuesday and begin hearing evidence Wednesday in the penalty phase of the trial. (Washington Post, 23-10-2007)

6. Franklin Roosevelt liked the Mayflower, too, albeit for more legitimate pursuits; he is said to have written the line "We have nothing to fear but fear itself" in Room 776, one flight down from Spitzer's room, 871. (The New York Times discovered that Spitzer had booked the room under the name of George Fox, one of his donors.) Client ' was having a bit of a credit problem with the service, the court filing shows. (Washington Post, 11-03-2008)

7. Dupre, going by the name "Kristen," met "Client '" _ later identified as Spitzer _ at least once at a swanky Washington hotel, according to court documents. (Washington Post, 05-07-2008)

8. Gonzalez's lawyer, Freddy Ferrer, said his client was born in Venezuela and under Venezuelan law could not be extradited to the United States. (Washington Post, 09-03-2008)

9. Parkin's lawyer Marika Dias confirmed her client's six-month visa had been cancelled on Saturday on security grounds. (Aljazeera, 15-09-2005)

10. Haneef's lawyer Stephen Keim has slammed the government's case as "extremely weak," saying his client only left the SIM card so his cousin could take advantage of a special deal on his mobile phone plan. (Washington Post, 16-07-2007)

11. For DLA Piper, he represents the government of Turkey and attends client events designed to drum up business. (He is also registered as a foreign agent for Ethiopia and the United Arab Emirates, but he has done nothing for them and may drop the registrations.) For others, he acts more as a matchmaker or a policy guru. (Washington Post, 31-07-2007)

12. Abdullah Al-Sanusi, the lawyer representing the professor, said that members of the Commission for the Promotion of Virtue and the Prevention of Vice had fabricated the case against his client to take revenge against him. (Arab News, 26-02-2008)

13. He has been charged with aggravated second-degree battery and conspiracy. "We were prepared to go forward with the trial, but you have to do what's best for the client," Lexing said. (Washington Post, 03-12-2007)

14. The sheer size of it, he joked, might even make his former client think twice about staying on the lam. "Five million for a bounty is an awful lot of money," Anesi said. (Washington Post, 17-05-2008)

15. The subcommittee chairman, Jerrold Nadler (D-N.Y), said Feith "withdrew . . . because he was not willing to appear alongside one of our other witnesses." Nadler said Feith would be appearing soon and chastised him for going "back on his promise." People often testify alongside witnesses with whom they disagree, Nadler said as he opened the hearing, and "such concerns are no reason to decline to appear when you've said you will." But Feith's lawyer, in his letter, said he'd been assured his client would testify "in an atmosphere free from the vitriol and ad hominem attacks that have regrettably dominated the debate." And this other witness was none other than Lawrence Wilkerson, who had been chief of staff to then-Secretary of State Colin L. (Washington Post, 20-06-2008)

16. Hrones said his client remembers little of his past, believes his real name is Clark Rockefeller and has no memory of being Christian Gerhartsreiter. (Washington Post, 12-08-2008)

17. That’s why we’ve appointed Landmark to handle our PR across the Kingdom.” Landmark Chairman Talal Dulaimy said the agency’s wide experience in Saudi Arabia and elsewhere in the Middle East had enabled it to provide strategic services to many major companies in accordance with the latest international standards. “We’re looking forward to share with LG our wide local and regional experience to facilitate it achieve its ambitious growth and win client satisfaction,” Dulaimy added. (Arab News, 17-01-2006)

18. "It was normal for the client to be present on board the plane," Bregier said. (Washington Post, 17-11-2007)

19. The brides lawyer, Charles-Edouard Mauger, said before the hearing his client was "very fragile" as a result of the scandal, and wanted to find a "way out of this marital bond that no longer has any meaning. (Arab News, 23-09-2008)

20. He said with the support of the ICIEC, which covers the credit investment risks on an international level, its client companies could enter and expand their activities in the international markets. (Arab News, 20-09-2006)

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