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Impressed by Turner's ambition, Anderson connects him with a lawyer and helps him land a union job with good wages and benefits by vouching for him to a union steward at a local hospital.
We're not vouching for Microsoft(R) or any other third party software.
One would think that the probability of possible fraud relating to powers of attorney would be greatly diminished when there is an attorney involved in the closing who is willing to put his/her professional license on the line by vouching for the power.