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November 23, 2004

Lawyer jailed for coaching perjury

So it does happen after all -- in this case to a Nashville lawyer who over-aggressively handled a criminal defense case. Authorities will determine whether David Gold will also lose his law license.

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Attorneys' Fees and Ethics



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