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Pearson Gets

After years of dedicated public service and notable credentials, as reported by the Wall Street Journal Law Blog, Roy L. Pearson got a taste of what it's like to lose.  And lose he did. 

Not only his pants (which according to the dry cleaners were returned), but also his integrity and quite possibly his job as an Administrative Law Judge. 

People do silly things when they're at the end of their rope.  Supposedly when Pearson filed suit, he was at rock bottom; divorced with mounting credit card debt. 

The worst is yet to come, however.  Next week, the real judge in the case will decide whether to award the dry cleaners their attorneys fees and costs. 

Then Pearson may really get it in the shorts.

Update July 7, 2007:  Pearson intends to continue fighting his loss, and will file a motion to ask the judge to reverse her decision.  This circus is starting to get painful to watch.

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