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Reader Opinion: Perceptive analysis

I wish to congratulate Mr. John Erickson on his very perceptive legal analysis in his letter printed in the Dispatch on Oct. 10 of the way the Brett Kavanaugh affair was handled by the Senate and the difference it would have made had it taken pla...

I wish to congratulate Mr. John Erickson on his very perceptive legal analysis in his letter printed in the Dispatch on Oct. 10 of the way the Brett Kavanaugh affair was handled by the Senate and the difference it would have made had it taken place in a courtroom.

Thank you, Mr. Erickson. I needed your knowledge to help me understand how the conclusion might have been different.

James Garbarini

Garrison Township

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