n.— «Phillips noted that Wilkins is “always civil in his relationships with colleagues, courteous and respectful to members of the Bar, tough-minded in defending positions taken, but personally secure enough to change his mind when convinced of their error.” “He doesn’t have what lawyers like to call ‘robeitis,'” observed Greenville’s John Kittredge, a state Court of Appeals judge who first came to know Wilkins as a teenager working in his first campaign for solicitor.» —“ABA honors Judge William Wilkins” by Dan Hoover Greenville News (South Carolina) Apr. 4, 2008. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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