Attorney Hank Hill has done more for young attorneys than BarBri cheat sheets. Always the first to answer a stupid question and always to host a Christmas party to let you ask even stupider questions to his colleagues.
Hank has sponsored my little league baseball team for three years, so I'm prejudiced, but he's given me free advice for five. He is the last person to manipulate his position to gain an advantage on his plea deal.
But I make mistakes every day, a lot of times several.
So let's own them and move on.
Alan N. Dunn
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Frankly, I admire Hank Hill now more than ever. We all make mistakes, all of us. The fact that he "took it honorably" and did not try to weasel out of the predicament by any means available to him says he is a man of integrity and truth, a practitioner of right and wrong.
He stood up and said I did wrong and I have to take the consequences.
Bravo, Mr. Hill, you are a man among men; you are a good example set for all.
Catherine Berry Martinez