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 n.— «Sheriff’s deputies took him into custody at a Roseville restaurant after an undercover officer gave Scott, who is a private investigator, $1,500 for providing legal advice and soliciting clients for an attorney. The practice is called “running and capping,” according to the sheriff’s department.» —“‘Fake’ Attorney Arrested Again, Investigators Say” by Elizabeth Bishop KXTV-TC (Sacramento, California) Dec. 13, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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