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Lawyer Asks Boies to Explain Misrepresentation

Monday, 27 November 2000 12:00 AM

November 27, 2000

David Boies, Attorney

Re: False Representation to Florida Supreme Court about Illinois "Dimpled Chad" Case

Dear Mr. Boies:

It has come to my attention, and I am sure it has come to yours as well, that you falsely characterized the court's ruling in the Illinois "dimpled chad" case.

You told the Florida Supreme Court last week that that case allowed the hand recounting of dimpled chads. Our state's high court seemed impressed with that fact.

One problem, though. A big problem. The Illinois court ruled just the opposite way, disallowing the counting of dimpled chads. The affidavit you relied upon is false, and you now know that it is false.

You have a clear and mandatory duty immediately to inform the Florida Supreme Court of your misrepresentation to the seven Justices in this critical regard.

Any failure on your part is clearly subject to review and discipline by the appropriate authorities because such a failure would constitute an ethical breach on your part which compromises justice and is prejudicial to the opposing parties.

You have until five o'clock p.m., Tuesday, November 28, 2000, to inform me by fax at the above number that you have alerted the Florida Supreme Court of your misrepresentation.

Best, John B. Thompson

Copy: Florida Supreme Court

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