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Miami lawyers have been recording law and other textbooks for blind and print-handicapped college and law students and professionals.

MIAMI LAWYERS HAVE been recording law and other textbooks for blind and print-handicapped college and law students and professionals at the Miami Unit of Recording for the Blind & Dyslexic for over 25 years now. Pictured from the left are Glenn Kritzer (157 hours), Nancy Wear (1,789 hours), and Keith Astuto (214 hours). David Gilbert, who is not pictured has volunteered 245 hours. Kritzer and Wear are criminal defense lawyers, Astuto is a civil litigator, and Gilbert is a Miami-Dade assistant state attorney.

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Date:Jul 1, 2009
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