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Discussion on the Difficulty of Reconsidering a Judge's Ruling
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06:03 - 10:50 (04:46)

In this transcript, the speakers talk about the challenges of modifying or reconsidering a judge's ruling in the case against Alex, considering the severity of his federal charges. They also highlight the contradictions in trying to distance oneself from Alex when it becomes inconvenient.

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