You'd better put a gun in their hand before calling police. You can never use deadly force merely to protect property. You can use deadly force only if you're confronted with deadly force that places you fear of imminent death or serious bodily injury to yourself or in defense of others.
What a ripoff! The price should be the same no matter where the procedures are done. Some hospitals are gouging the system for as much as they can get. They have a license to steal. It's unconscionable and totally unacceptable and something needs to be done to stop this.
F. Lee Bailey should be able to practice law in Maine. Any misconduct that may or may not have occurred in other states well over a decade ago is now ancient history and he should be given a fresh start. The man is still as sharp as a whistle. He passed the Maine Bar exam and is obviously highly qualified to continue practicing law. I think the Board of Bar Examiners majority was being just plain arrogant by stating that he was “unrepentant” of any prior misconduct. Why should he repent when he believed he didn’t engage in any misconduct? That shows good character. After all, he could have just apologized and I’m sure he would have been admitted to the Maine bar with no problem. He demonstrated that he possesses integrity and honesty to practice law in Maine, and he’s ready, willing and able to do so. I hope the judge will have the common sense and common decency to overturn the misguided denial so Mr. Bailey will be permitted a license to practice law in Maine.