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“Michael Bachner, his lawyer, said: "We're glad that we were able to secure bail for Mr. Bauer and that we now have the opportunity to begin reviewing the evidence and start preparing our defense.”
“Mr. Samuel's attorney, Michael Bachner , said his client collected the memorabilia legally and used his access to players to autograph pieces.”
“At the end of the day, Michael Wymbs is better off among us, working to help society, than being labeled as a felon and being ostracized," Bachner said.”
“Michael Bachner, a criminal defense attorney in New York, said prosecutors never would have brought an indictment if they had taken more time to look into the alleged accuser.”
“His lawyer, Michael Bachner, said Mr. Bauer "is waiting for the opportunity to review the evidence in the case, and at that time will make decisions, with counsel, about his defense.”
“Directed and developed by Brader's wife, Suzanne Bachner, this monologue traces a childhood history of bed wetting, beatings, blame, and belittlement.”
“Michael Bachner , a lawyer for Mr. Harrington, 41, said he would also pursue an appeal for his client.”
“Bachner noted that judges frequently recognize civic service in sentencing public officials, such as the 10-months that former Connecticut Gov.”
“Still Bachner says, when she'd walk into a room of intelligence officials or congressional staff with Allen, "they'd automatically ignore me, assuming I was the executive assistant or a note taker until they'd realize, 'Oh, wow, she's the person we're supposed to talk to.”
“Bachner is also Indonesian, which she believes is another reason she is often overlooked.”
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