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I Cite You, You Cite Me (access required)

The learned judges of the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals likely are accustomed to seeing their legal reasoning cited by other courts. But they may have done a double-take when they saw a recent 3rd Circuit opinion with a footnote to the Richmond-based appellate court's musings on - Toeballs? And not just any toeballs, but ...

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