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March 06, 2013

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Personal Injury Lawyer Dallas

Malicious prosecution cases are very hard to prove, but I always like to hear about a case where justice was done against great odds. I have to hand it to Mr. Keener for pursing the case. If I were in Mr, Keener's shoes and my friend approached me with this issue, I would probably give him some comforting words and tell him to "let by-gones be by-gones." Hat's off to you, Craig Keener.

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