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Matt Haiduk
Professional underdog... In a game rigged to make sure it stays that way every time I step on the field.
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Chicago Tribune 5h
One year ago, he was awarded $44.7 million — the biggest award for a victim in a police misconduct case in state history. But Michael LaPorta, 38, has yet to see a dime of it as his wheelchair falls into disrepair and his parents struggle to support him.
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Matt Haiduk 5h
Agreed. I don't think you've over simplified the model... It will come out when your sentence becomes a variable.
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Matt Haiduk 15h
Replying to @HuskieUnleashed
On a really terrible play call
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Matt Haiduk 15h
Replying to @Kdigi
Some of the dumbest lawyers I know are the first people to talk about their grades from 20 or 30 years ago... that's all I know.
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Matt Haiduk retweeted
Arm the Mongols. 17h
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Matt Haiduk 16h
Replying to @windypundit
When you're dealing with a static sentence (10 years in your case) that's not a factor. In practice the cases that go to trial are on the fringes (no real risk of prison, or min sentence even in a loss, or facing an insane minimum, so why not take a shot)
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Matt Haiduk 16h
Replying to @windypundit
I think the missing link has to do with the delta between min and max prison sentences. Felony cases that go to trial usually do because there's an insane mandatory minimum, or because the min/max spread is very tight (usually by virtue of defendant's background).
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Matt Haiduk 23h
Protip to the future lawyers: don't ever confuse the numbers in this tweet as any kind of indicator of your future as a lawyer.
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Matt Haiduk Nov 13
Replying to @samexplores
If you're talking firearms, the vast majority of them are NOT illegal in Chicago. That's a bad myth
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Matt Haiduk Nov 12
Kid doesn't believe in sleeping. I think we were up 4 or 5 times last night and then at 4:15 he just decided it was time to not go back to bed. I'm down for dinner, but has to be there so we can talk about his future as Mayor of Batavia
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Matt Haiduk Nov 11
Replying to @parenting
is fake news
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Matt Haiduk Nov 11
Replying to @matthaiduk
LOL LIES: 6-month-olds should nap 1.5 to two hours twice a day
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Matt Haiduk Nov 11
Replying to @matthaiduk
She's lying: "At this stage, napping is all about length and predictability," she says.
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Matt Haiduk Nov 11
Replying to @matthaiduk
Lies: At 6 months, babies need an average of 11 hours of uninterrupted sleep each night
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Matt Haiduk Nov 11
Replying to @matthaiduk
Lies: Babies will sleep four to five hours during the day, spread out over three naps.
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Matt Haiduk Nov 11
This web page is full of lies. Parenting magazine is liars
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Matt Haiduk Nov 11
Impressive
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Matt Haiduk Nov 10
Replying to @drinkbourbon
what kind of cars, though
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Matt Haiduk Nov 9
Replying to @ksmithnwh
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Matt Haiduk Nov 9
Replying to @ksmithnwh
Maybe if you were a little more agreeable those friendly people would talk to you and tell you things you could put in your articles?
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