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The Curtis Law Firm
- a firm of lawyers
- A law firm is a business entity formed by one or more lawyers to engage in the practice of law. The primary service provided by a law firm is to advise clients (individuals or corporations) about their legal rights and responsibilities, and to represent their clients in civil or criminal cases,
- The Law Firm is an hour-long reality television series that premiered on NBC on July 28, 2005. In the series, twelve young up-and-coming trial lawyers competed for a grand prize of $250,000.
- Benjamin Robbins (1809–74), US Supreme Court associate justice 1851–57. He resigned in protest over the Court's handling of the Dred Scott case 1857. He served as chief counsel to Andrew Johnson during Johnson's impeachment in 1868. His brother, George Ticknor Curtis (1812–94), a lawyer and writer, argued for the plaintiff before the US Supreme Court in the Dred Scott case
- English botanical writer and publisher (1746-1799)
- Curtis is a common given name and surname of English origin derived from the Old French "curteis," which means 'polite, courteous, or well-bred.' It was brought to England (and subsequently, the rest of the Isles) via the Norman Conquest.
- Curtis Manning is a fictional character on the television series 24 portrayed by Roger Cross.
Caroline Burke, A Leading Lady
Caroline McGilvra Burke was a leading socialite of Victorian Seattle, and as such liked to have her photograph taken. Photos abound of her in stylish gowns, Plains Indian leather dresses and more, many taken by Edward Curtis.
Thomas Burke worked for her father's law firm. Although she must have caught his eye while he was there, Burke left the firm to start his own before marrying Caroline McGilvra in 1879.
The Burkes built a handsome mansion on prestigious First Hill, and a cottage on then-distant Lake Washington. Their rustic home was dubbed "Illahee," a term meaning "homeland" or "earth" in traders' dialect, Chinook jargon. The beach house was decorated with polar bear rugs, Indian baskets and artifacts. The guest book from Illahee is a commentary on the Burkes' life - peppered with photos and press clippings chronicling their social activities.
Rising up from a former pioneer town, Burke achieved quite a sophisticated life. She spoke French and traveled extensively. She acquired a collection of antiques and artifacts - it became the core of a generous endowment to what became The Burke Museum on the University of Washington campus.
Matani Forged Court Doc.
Debbie Matani's Forgery (one of many)
Debbie Matani was ordered by the Superior Court of Fulton County to, amongst several items she still fails to comply with, notify her Father, Curtis Shatley, that she and her friends have NO contact with several of her victims . Comparing letters Debbie Matani wrote to several victims, this clearly appears to be HER handwriting. Also, notice that her Father's name is spelled wrong; "Curts". On other forgeries, she spells her fathers name as "Kurtis Shetley".
This document was supplied by the law offices of Alston & Bird. This is the law firm Bill Hughes, husband of Rev. Dana Hughes, is a partner. Committing a Federal crime doesn't faze Debbie Matani and her violent posse.
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