The lawyers who defend the rights of those who disagree with the public are doing an excellent job.
The public is paying lawyers to defend them.
But these attorneys are not doing so well.
A recent survey found that a third of all defamation lawyers in Texas did not think they could do a good job, according to the Associated Press.
It found that while only about a third were qualified to defend a defamation case, many of them were not.
It is a problem that has been in the news recently.
The U.S. Supreme Court last month heard arguments in a case involving two Texas women who were accused of lying about their sexual encounters.
One of them had a history of being sexually assaulted and the other had a reputation as a rape victim.
The woman who was assaulted was in a romantic relationship with a man who said she was pregnant when she met him, the two allegedly engaged in sex, and the relationship ended.
On top of that, the woman who accused the other woman of sexual assault was also in a sexual relationship with the man she was accusing, and she had a claim that she was raped and then falsely accused by the man.
The two women sued each other, and a trial was set for 2018.
The woman who had been accused of sexual misconduct won the case.
But on Tuesday, a jury found the woman not guilty of rape and sexual assault, ruling in favor of the woman accusing the man of sexual harassment.
The case sparked a flurry of online discussion about what constitutes sexual assault.
A woman named Amber Heard was found not guilty by reason of insanity of a sexual assault charge and was freed from jail after just six days.
Amber Heard’s lawyer, Gloria Allred, told the AP the ruling should have sent a clear message that people can sue for defamation and win.
Allred said she believes that when a man is accused of rape, the public should be able to sue him and win in a defamation action.
However, it appears that this case has caused a lot of confusion.
It’s unclear if Amber Heard’s attorney has filed a motion to dismiss.
A spokesperson for Allred’s legal team did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
According to the AP, one of the attorneys in the case, David Housley, told reporters, “We’re not trying to be overly adversarial.”
told the Houston Chronicle that his clients are not suing for defamation but rather are trying to win an unfair advantage, saying, “I think that they should be entitled to a fair trial and an impartial jury.”
Another lawyer, Robert L. Taylor, said in an interview with the Houston Press that the court system is broken because the people who are making decisions are the judges.
“The people who should be defending them are the lawyers, and they are the ones who have been told to be fair,” Taylor said.
Taylor said the public has a right to expect that lawyers are impartial and that he is happy to defend the women.
He said that if the public had the same rights as the attorneys, they would not have to pay attorneys to defend against sexual harassment lawsuits.
Laws that were passed in 2014 and 2015, the American Bar Association said, protect the public from defamation.
Texas is one of only seven states where defamation is not protected by law.
That includes Texas, California, Florida, New York, Maryland and Illinois.
We’ve reached out to Texas to find out how many lawyers are practicing defamation in Texas.