Attorney-at-Law

AFTER THE FALL

In Uncategorized on 08/22/2017 at 15:38

No, not the still-controversial 1964 Arthur Miller drama. Rather this is the final unwinding, in ten (count ‘em, ten) pages of Tax Court orders from the wordprocessor of Judge Chiechi, leading those stipulated to be bound by Alphonso v. Com’r, to surrender and accept bondage.

See my blogpost “Rainy Day Woman,” 7/14/16, for the whole shebang.

For a specimen order, see Robin A. Morse & David A. Rogerson, Docket No. 22039-09, filed 8/22/17.

Scrolling through the list of petitioners, I saw the names of two old friends. Tough break, guys.

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