17 May 2012
Do comissioners actually have to turn over things like "proof" and "evidence" in the court of law these days? Looks like we're about to find out!
"It is certainly the case that in court, Jonathan will have a right to see whatever it is that Commissioner Goodell has been hiding from us and what Commissioner Goodell contends gave him a basis to make these false allegations," Ginsberg said. "We will have a fair and neutral judge to preside over the dispute rather than contending with the executioner also being the person making the final decision."
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