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April 17, 1989 | FRANK A. FISHER
Judge David E. Marin, who likes to say he chose law as a profession "to serve my fellow citizens," is about to earn his pay. He's returning to the bench following a recess in a bitter child-custody suit. The parents and the young son they are feuding over wait expectedly for his verdict. "Often, the people most hurt in divorce cases are the children," Marin lectures in Spanish, his tone fatherly but stern. "They can feel insecure and confused. Tomas loves both of you and that's marvelous!
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April 17, 1989 | FRANK A. FISHER
Judge David E. Marin, who likes to say he chose law as a profession "to serve my fellow citizens," is about to earn his pay. He's returning to the bench following a recess in a bitter child-custody suit. The parents and the young son they are feuding over wait expectedly for his verdict. "Often, the people most hurt in divorce cases are the children," Marin lectures in Spanish, his tone fatherly but stern. "They can feel insecure and confused. Tomas loves both of you and that's marvelous!
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September 18, 1988
Are you really that naive to report that Burt Reynold's salary is only Screen Actors Guld minimum--which is $1,385.00 plus 10% ("Burt Reynolds Does a Turn as an Old Man," by Donald Chase, Sept. 11)? When I tried to get Favored Nations (equal) treatment for my client, I was told I couldn't because Burt Reynolds was also receiving a percentage of the profits and major deferment. DARRYL MARSHAK Marshak-Wyckoff & Associates Beverly Hills
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