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Jennifer Keller

18500 Von Karman Avenue Suite 560
Irvine CA 92612
(949) 476-8700

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Jennifer Keller

Jennifer Keller is widely regarded as one of California’s top criminal defense attorneys. In her more than 30 years of practice, Keller has handled some of the region’s highest-profile cases at the state, federal and appellate levels.

She has represented a broad swath of clients, ranging from well-known CEOs, politicians and professional athletes to police officers, military officers and receptionists. In addition, Keller has become a go-to attorney for the Southern California legal community, representing local judges, attorneys and law enforcement officials, as well as the Orange County Superior Court itself.

The former president of the Orange County Bar Association, Keller also handles parallel civil proceedings and is an expert in white-collar civil trials. She is listed in The Best Lawyers in America and has been featured twice in the Daily Journal’s “Top 100 California Attorneys” list.  She has appeared as a legal commentator on all of L.A.’s newscasts, as well as on national outlets including CBS, ABC and Fox News Channel.

Please Call: 949-476-8700

Background

After graduating from UC Berkeley and UC Hastings College of the Law, Keller began her career at the Orange County Public Defender’s office, where she quickly progressed through the ranks to handle major trials and homicides. As a deputy public defender, she tried more than a hundred cases to jury verdict and earned praise for her rapport with jurors and aggressive cross-examination style.

Keller then spent three years in the prestigious post as senior research attorney to the Fourth District Court of Appeal, where she wrote opinions for the justices on a range of cases, before returning to the Public Defender’s Office to try exclusively homicides and major cases.

In 1992 Keller entered private practice, and has since built one of the state’s most formidable criminal defense law firms.

Notable Cases

In People vs. J.H., Keller’s client was acquitted in the accidental death of his girlfriend’s 16-month child in a so called “shaken baby” case.  Keller argued the injuries were the result of an accidental fall.  In the process, she debunked the science routinely used to convict parents and guardians in similar infant deaths, instead showing that they often occur naturally and without malice.

Keller has an extensive record of defending clients accused of special circumstances murder and attempted murder.  Recent cases include People v M.T.,  in which a jury hung 9-3 for not guilty after Keller argued her client’s husband committed the killing.    (The case then settled for voluntary manslaughter.)  In People v L.B., Keller defeated a prosecutor’s attempt to win a “special circumstances” murder conviction, instead earning a manslaughter verdict for a victim of chronic domestic violence accused of murdering her husband.  And in People v A.G.,  she won what was widely considered an unwinnable case by showing that an alleged attempted murder – with the defendant’s husband shot in the back of the neck after the defendant had threatened earlier that day to kill him -- actually represented a suicide attempt gone awry.

In other noteworthy cases, Keller successfully defended Chapman University’s fledgling School of Law against a lawsuit by dozens of members of its inaugural class of students, and prevented filing of criminal charges against Orange County’s CAO following the county’s early-90’s bankruptcy, which at the time was the largest municipal bankruptcy in history. 

Education

University of California, Berkeley, A.B. 1975
University of California,  Hastings College of law, J.D. 1978

Bar Admissions

California, 1978
U.S. District Courts: Southern District of California (1983); Central District of California (1984); Eastern District of California (1997); and District of Arizona (2000).
U.S. Court of Appeals: Ninth Circuit (1984).
US Supreme Court, Sept. 1999

Pro hoc vice in U.S. District Courts in Nevada and Oklahoma.

Professional Activities

  • Orange County Bar Association
    • President, 1996
    • President-Elect, 1995
    • Treasurer, 1994
    • Secretary, 1993
  • State Bar of California, Board of Legal Specialization
    • Commissioner, 2002-2005
    • Chair,  Criminal Law Advisory Commission, 1993-1994
    • Vice chair 1992-1993
    • Commissioner 1990-1992
  • Ninth Circuit Judicial Conference, lawyer representative, 1996-99
  • Public Law Center of Orange County, Board of Directors, 1995-2000
  • California Attorneys for Criminal Justice, Board of Governors, 1992-93
  • Orange County Attorneys Association (collective bargaining arm for Orange County deputy district attorneys, public defenders and county counsel)
    • Vice-president 1989-91
    • Table negotiator 1990
  • Chapman University School of Law
    • Board of Visitors, 1995-2008

Please Call: 949-476-8700

Professional Honors

  • Martindale-Hubble, “AV” rated since 1983 (highest ranking possible)
  • Listed,  Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers
  • Fellow, Litigation Counsel of America (limited to the top ½ of one percent of American trial lawyers, by invitation only)
  • American Trial Lawyers Association, “The Top 100 Trial Lawyers in California” (2007)
  • Orange County Women Lawyers, Attorney of the Year (2003)
  • Anti-Defamation League of Orange County & Long Beach, Jurisprudence Award (2001)
  • Orange County Trial Lawyers Ass’n, Criminal Defense Trial Lawyer of the Year (2000)
  • Public Law Center of Orange County, Attorney of the Year (1996)
  • Constitutional Rights Foundation of Orange County, Lawyer of the Year (1983)

Publication Honors

  • The Best Lawyers in America, S. Naifeh & G. Smith, 2005-present (the oldest and most respected peer reviewed selection publication in the legal profession)
  • The Los Angeles Daily Journal
    • Top 100 Lawyers in California, September 2007
    • California’s Top 30 Women Litigators, June 2002
    • California’s Top 75 Women Litigators, May 2007
    • 100 Most Influential Lawyers in California, Editors’ Pick, October 2001
  • Los Angeles Magazine
    • “Southern California Superlawers:”  Criminal Defense Superlawyers, Top 50 Orange County Superlawyers, Top 50 Women Superlawyers, 2004-2008
  • Orange Coast Magazine
    • Best Lawyers in Orange County, April 2005-2008
  • Los Angeles Times Magazine – Southern California’s Best Lawyers, 2007

Media Work

  • Fox news – regular commentator
  • 48 Hours, CBS – commentator on the Michael Jackson trial
  • Hard Copy, CBS – commenting on her client’s case, People vs. Stites
  • Good Morning America, ABC – commentator on the Michael Jackson trial
  • Court TV – commentator on the O.J. Simpson and Phil Spector trials
  • KNBC and KCAL, Los Angeles – commentator on the O.J. Simpson trial

Teaching and Lecturing

  • California Public Defenders Association Lecturer
    • Homicide seminar, 3/86
    • Sentencing seminar, 12/89
    • Trial skills institute, 7/90
    • Advanced trial skills institute, 1/92, 1/96, 1/97, 1/99, 2/02, 2/03;
    • Annual seminar, 4/92
    • “Establishing Trial Themes,” 4/04
  • California Attorneys for Criminal Justice Lecturer
    • Prop 115 seminars; preliminary hearings, 6/90, 7/90, 12/90
    • “Advanced Trial Advocacy Workshop: Defense of Sex and Drug Cases,” 8/92
    • Trial and appellate advocacy workshop, 7/93, 8/99
    • Three strikes seminar, 4/94
    • Faculty, fall seminar appellate program, oral argument demonstration, 12/94
    • Voir dire workshop, san diego, 5/2001
    • Death penalty seminar, 2002
    • “Cross of experts,” Las Vegas, 2003
  • Continuing Education of the Bar (CEB) lecturer
    • expert witnesses in criminal cases, LA/Orange County, 6/96
  • Rutter Group lecturer
    • “Criminal Law for Civil Practitioners,” 1/99
  • California State Bar Convention Lecturer
    • White collar crime, 9/94
  • Orange County Bar Association lecturer
    • “Advocacy in the Modern Trial: Cross-examination,” 6/01
    • “When the FBI calls,” 1/01, 1/02
    • “Over the Line: White Collar Crime,” 1/99
    • “The Last 60 Days: Preparing Your Witnesses for Trial,” 9/10/98
    • “Top Gun” closing argument competition, 5/19/98

Please Call: 949-476-8700

Attorney Profiles

Jennifer L. Keller Attorney at Law

Jennifer Keller is widely regarded as one of California’s top criminal defense attorneys. In her more than 30Jennifer Keller years of practice, Keller has handled some of the region’s highest-profile cases at the state, federal and appellate levels.

She has represented a broad swath of clients, ranging from well-known CEOs, politicians and professional athletes to police officers, military officers and receptionists. In addition, Keller has become a go-to attorney for the Southern California legal community, representing local judges, attorneys and law enforcement officials, as well as the Orange County Superior Court itself.

The former president of the Orange County Bar Association, Keller also handles parallel civil proceedings and is an expert in white-collar civil trials. She is listed in The Best Lawyers in America and has been featured twice in the Daily Journal’s “Top 100 California Attorneys” list.  She has appeared as a legal commentator on all of L.A.’s newscasts, as well as on national outlets including CBS, ABC and Fox News Channel.

Background

After graduating from UC Berkeley and UC Hastings College of the Law, Keller began her career at the Orange County Public Defender’s office, where she quickly progressed through the ranks to handle major trials and homicides. As a deputy public defender, she tried more than a hundred cases to jury verdict and earned praise for her rapport with jurors and aggressive cross-examination style.

Keller then spent three years in the prestigious post as senior research attorney to the Fourth District Court of Appeal, where she wrote opinions for the justices on a range of cases, before returning to the Public Defender’s Office to try exclusively homicides and major cases.

In 1992 Keller entered private practice, and has since built one of the state’s most formidable criminal defense law firms.

Notable Cases

In People vs. J.H., Keller’s client was acquitted in the accidental death of his girlfriend’s 16-month child in a so called “shaken baby” case.  Keller argued the injuries were the result of an accidental fall.  In the process, she debunked the science routinely used to convict parents and guardians in similar infant deaths, instead showing that they often occur naturally and without malice.

Keller has an extensive record of defending clients accused of special circumstances murder and attempted murder.  Recent cases include People v M.T.,  in which a jury hung 9-3 for not guilty after Keller argued her client’s husband committed the killing.    (The case then settled for voluntary manslaughter.)  In People v L.B., Keller defeated a prosecutor’s attempt to win a “special circumstances” murder conviction, instead earning a manslaughter verdict for a victim of chronic domestic violence accused of murdering her husband.  And in People v A.G.,  she won what was widely considered an unwinnable case by showing that an alleged attempted murder – with the defendant’s husband shot in the back of the neck after the defendant had threatened earlier that day to kill him -- actually represented a suicide attempt gone awry.

In other noteworthy cases, Keller successfully defended Chapman University’s fledgling School of Law against a lawsuit by dozens of members of its inaugural class of students, and prevented filing of criminal charges against Orange County’s CAO following the county’s early-90’s bankruptcy, which at the time was the largest municipal bankruptcy in history. 

Education

University of California, Berkeley, A.B. 1975
University of California,  Hastings College of law, J.D. 1978

Bar Admissions

California, 1978
U.S. District Courts: Southern District of California (1983); Central District of California (1984); Eastern District of California (1997); and District of Arizona (2000).
U.S. Court of Appeals: Ninth Circuit (1984).
US Supreme Court, Sept. 1999

Pro hoc vice in U.S. District Courts in Nevada and Oklahoma.

Professional Activities

  • Orange County Bar Association
    • President, 1996
    • President-Elect, 1995
    • Treasurer, 1994
    • Secretary, 1993
  • State Bar of California, Board of Legal Specialization
    • Commissioner, 2002-2005
    • Chair,  Criminal Law Advisory Commission, 1993-1994
    • Vice chair 1992-1993
    • Commissioner 1990-1992
  • Ninth Circuit Judicial Conference, lawyer representative, 1996-99
  • Public Law Center of Orange County, Board of Directors, 1995-2000
  • California Attorneys for Criminal Justice, Board of Governors, 1992-93
  • Orange County Attorneys Association (collective bargaining arm for Orange County deputy district attorneys, public defenders and county counsel)
    • Vice-president 1989-91
    • Table negotiator 1990
  • Chapman University School of Law
    • Board of Visitors, 1995-2008

Professional Honors

  • Martindale-Hubble, “AV” rated since 1983 (highest ranking possible)
  • Listed,  Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers
  • Fellow, Litigation Counsel of America (limited to the top ½ of one percent of American trial lawyers, by invitation only)
  • American Trial Lawyers Association, “The Top 100 Trial Lawyers in California” (2007)
  • Orange County Women Lawyers, Attorney of the Year (2003)
  • Anti-Defamation League of Orange County & Long Beach, Jurisprudence Award (2001)
  • Orange County Trial Lawyers Ass’n, Criminal Defense Trial Lawyer of the Year (2000)
  • Public Law Center of Orange County, Attorney of the Year (1996)
  • Constitutional Rights Foundation of Orange County, Lawyer of the Year (1983)

Publication Honors

  • The Best Lawyers in America, S. Naifeh & G. Smith, 2005-present (the oldest and most respected peer reviewed selection publication in the legal profession)
  • The Los Angeles Daily Journal
    • Top 100 Lawyers in California, September 2007
    • California’s Top 30 Women Litigators, June 2002
    • California’s Top 75 Women Litigators, May 2007
    • 100 Most Influential Lawyers in California, Editors’ Pick, October 2001
  • Los Angeles Magazine
    • “Southern California Superlawers:”  Criminal Defense Superlawyers, Top 50 Orange County Superlawyers, Top 50 Women Superlawyers, 2004-2008
  • Orange Coast Magazine
    • Best Lawyers in Orange County, April 2005-2008
  • Los Angeles Times Magazine – Southern California’s Best Lawyers, 2007

Media Work

  • Fox news – regular commentator
  • 48 Hours, CBS – commentator on the Michael Jackson trial
  • Hard Copy, CBS – commenting on her client’s case, People vs. Stites
  • Good Morning America, ABC – commentator on the Michael Jackson trial
  • Court TV – commentator on the O.J. Simpson and Phil Spector trials
  • KNBC and KCAL, Los Angeles – commentator on the O.J. Simpson trial

Teaching and Lecturing

  • California Public Defenders Association Lecturer
    • Homicide seminar, 3/86
    • Sentencing seminar, 12/89
    • Trial skills institute, 7/90
    • Advanced trial skills institute, 1/92, 1/96, 1/97, 1/99, 2/02, 2/03;
    • Annual seminar, 4/92
    • “Establishing Trial Themes,” 4/04
  • California Attorneys for Criminal Justice Lecturer
    • Prop 115 seminars; preliminary hearings, 6/90, 7/90, 12/90
    • “Advanced Trial Advocacy Workshop: Defense of Sex and Drug Cases,” 8/92
    • Trial and appellate advocacy workshop, 7/93, 8/99
    • Three strikes seminar, 4/94
    • Faculty, fall seminar appellate program, oral argument demonstration, 12/94
    • Voir dire workshop, san diego, 5/2001
    • Death penalty seminar, 2002
    • “Cross of experts,” Las Vegas, 2003
  • Continuing Education of the Bar (CEB) lecturer
    • expert witnesses in criminal cases, LA/Orange County, 6/96
  • Rutter Group lecturer
    • “Criminal Law for Civil Practitioners,” 1/99
  • California State Bar Convention Lecturer
    • White collar crime, 9/94
  • Orange County Bar Association lecturer
    • “Advocacy in the Modern Trial: Cross-examination,” 6/01
    • “When the FBI calls,” 1/01, 1/02
    • “Over the Line: White Collar Crime,” 1/99
    • “The Last 60 Days: Preparing Your Witnesses for Trial,” 9/10/98
    • “Top Gun” closing argument competition, 5/19/98


Kay Rackauckas

A former star prosecutor, Kay Rackauckas draws on this unparalleled perspective to defend her clients.  AKay Rackauckas skilled trial attorney who thoroughly understands both sides of criminal law, Rackauckas has earned the respect of both defense attorneys and prosecutors throughout Southern California.

Meticulous preparation and pro-active defense are the hallmarks of Rackauckas’s strategy.  She frequently draws on her extensive contacts in prosecutors’ offices to dispose of cases before charges are ever filed, avoiding both unwanted publicity and costly litigation.  For more on Keller Rackauckas’s defense philosophy, click here.

Background

Rackauckas attended Wake Forest University on a tennis scholarship.  At the time she entered Wake she was one of the top ranked juniors in Southern California as well as nationally ranked Girls-18 tennis player.  She enrolled in Southwestern Law School following a four-year professional tennis career that took her around the world. While at Southwestern she continued to work full time at an investment firm in Los Angeles.  After graduating and passing the bar on her first try, she began her career at Spray Gould & Bowers in Century City, where she worked on complex civil litigation for two years.

The competitive streak Rackauckas had shown in the sports world continued into her career as a lawyer.  Eager for more time in the courtroom, in 1990 she joined the Orange County District Attorney’s Office and quickly developed a reputation as an astute, no-nonsense trial attorney. She soon climbed to the department’s most demanding felony trial assignments, where she handled major crimes that included homicide, mayhem, rape, child molestation, robbery and embezzlement. As a prosecutor, Rackauckas tried over 90 cases and lost just one felony.

In 2004, Rackauckas entered private practice as a criminal defense attorney, bringing with her an unparalleled perspective on criminal prosecutions.  She has since handled all types of cases from juvenile crimes and DUIs to homicides, and specializes in dealing with white-collar professionals.  In short order she has become one of the most effective criminal defense lawyers in Orange County, both for her negotiating and her trial ability.     

Education

Wake Forest University, B.A. 1983
Southwestern University School of Law, J.D. 1989

Bar Admissions

California, 1989
U.S. District Court, Central District of California, 1989

Professional Activities

  • Orange County Bar Association
  • California Attorneys for Criminal Justice

Honors

  • Outstanding Prosecutor, Orange County District Attorney, 1995
  • Master Bencher, Robert Banyard Inn of Court

Practice Areas

 

At Keller Rackauckas we handle the entire gamut of cases, from misdemeanor to murder. We understand that for our clients, every case is a big case, and we are careful to minimize wherever possible the collateral consequences of a conviction, whether in the immigration arena or in the area of professional licensing. We do this by being pro-active, and by careful strategizing and planning, starting even before a case is filed. Among the criminal and juvenile charges we defend are the following:

  • Homicide
    • murder
    • murder with special circumstances
    • manslaughter
  • Assault Crimes
    • assault & battery
    • assault with a deadly weapon
    • assault with great bodily injury
    • robbery
  • Sex Offenses
    • lewd conduct
    • indecent exposure
    • child molestation
    • statutory rape
    • rape
  • Narcotics Offenses
    • possession of controlled substances
    • possession for sale and sale/transportation of controlled substances
    • cultivation of marijuana
    • under the influence of a controlled substance
    • possession of narcotics paraphernalia
  • Financial Crimes/ White Collar
    • bank fraud
    • money laundering
    • mail and wire fraud
    • medical and insurance fraud
    • mortgage loan fraud
    • government contract fraud
    • tax evasion and tax fraud
  • Driving Offenses
    • dui
    • felony drunk driving with injury
    • vehicular manslaughter
    • vehicular second-degree murder

Mission

Our Mission 

At KR we are dedicated to the aggressive pursuit of every legal and ethical avenue available to protect our clients’ constitutional and statutory rights.  We are our clients’ shield from over-zealous police and prosecutors, and we take that obligation seriously.  By insuring that our clients’ constitutional rights are honored, we are in fact protecting the right of the entire community.

We Know Our Stuff

We’re a firm of pros.  We don’t take on every practice area that looks lucrative.  We specialize in criminal defense and only rarely accept a business litigation case or parallel proceeding with criminal law overtones.  Before entering private practice, all of our attorneys were either deputy public defenders or prosecutors with extensive jury trial experience.  Our “of counsel” law and motion attorney has a PhD and was a philosophy professor before entering Stanford Law School.  Our investigators include former police officers, deputy sheriffs and FBI Special Agents.  Even our office administrator is striving constantly to improve her professional skills; she is enrolled in UCI’s paralegal program.

We’re Not A Mill or a Media Machine

We pride ourselves on a holistic approach.  We get to know our clients as human beings with rich, complex lives on the line.  After analyzing their cases and thoroughly investigating them, we devise a strategy suited to the individual case.  If we are retained before a case is filed, we try to persuade the prosecutor not to file a complaint, if that’s feasible, or at least to minimize the severity of the charges.  Many times our very best work is done quietly, behind closed doors, and never spoken of again.  Discretion is our watchword and we understand the critical importance of keeping our clients’ names out of the news if at all possible.  If, however, media coverage can’t be avoided, we have enough experience handling high-profile cases that we can often shape the coverage to keep it from being one-sided.  We get your story out, too.

When Trial Is Inevitable

We’re outstanding negotiators and wrap up most of our cases without a jury trial.  Many are even concluded pre-filing.  Sometimes, though, trial is inevitable, or may be the client’s best option.  When that’s the case, we have the skill and experience to persuade a jury: we’re top-notch trial lawyers with the track record to prove it. We leave no stone unturned investigating the facts.  We file extensive pretrial motions designed to limit damaging evidence and admit helpful testimony.  We are thoroughly conversant with the law so we can obtain favorable jury instructions.  And when necessary, we have the resources to seek appellate or writ relief to overturn trial court rulings.

We Fight For You

The attorneys of KR know that only we stand between you and the unlimited resources and awesome power of the government.  We’re not intimidated.  We’re fighters, and our natural competitive streak is harnessed to our caring about you.  As the Los Angeles Daily Journal wrote of Jennifer Keller, “When Jennifer Keller takes on a cause, odds are she’ll win.”  When you’re our client, you become that cause. 

Philosophy

Philosophy 

Keller Rackauckas’s stellar record stems from our client-centric legal philosophy. We approach every case, large or small, vigorously and with all of our considerable legal resources at the ready. At the same time, we pride ourselves on caring for our clients as human beings undergoing a time of stress and uncertainty.

We’re Always In Our Client’s Corner

At Keller Rackauckas we do whatever we can to help our clients.  People come to use when they are in pain and facing frightening potential consequences.  Even what appear to be small cases can carry grave consequences for a client’s family life, career trajectory or standing in the community.  Keller Rackauckas recognizes that. Our clients know they’re never going to be judged here, and that we’re always going to do our best to help them.

We Put Our Clients’ Interests First

In recent times some defense attorneys have decided their own celebrity and media attention are more important than their clients’ interests, and seek news headlines or television appearances whenever as possible.
 
Keller Rackauckas invites media attention only when we are certain it will benefit the client, or where that attention is unavoidable and we need to provide the client’s side of the story in order to bring balance to the coverage.  Very often the best route for a client – and particularly for high-profile individuals – is for the public to never know of an investigation at all.  This avoids fallout for the client and lessens public pressure on the prosecution to file charges in the first place. So-called “celebrity attorneys” usually weaken, rather than help, their clients’ chances of dismissal or acquittal.

For this reason, Keller Rackauckas strives to keep our clients off the front page or evening newscast whenever possible.  It also means we never tell others in the legal community – even close colleagues – whom we represent.

We Prepare Each Case As If It Will Go To Trial

Keller Rackauckas’s superior negotiating ability comes from our reputation as fearless attorneys who are prepared to go to trial at all times, with proven skill in the courtroom and the ability to produce excellent verdicts.  Prosecutors generally don’t offer the best dispositions to attorneys who haven’t earned their respect in front of a jury.  Keller Rackauckas understands this.

At Keller Rackauckas we know that to achieve the best outcomes for our clients, we have to be prepared to take every case to trial, even if only a fraction will actually be tried. 

Conduct Our Own Investigation of Every Case

Too many attorneys assume the law enforcement investigation is accurate or thorough.  Keller Rackauckas utilizes our relationships with Southern California’s best investigators to conduct private, thorough investigations of all matters – allowing us to approach cases with a completely objective view and an open mind.  Whether we uncover evidence beneficial to our client, or are able disprove the case altogether before it goes any further, investigating each case independently and not relying on the government for evidence puts our attorneys in a superior position to advise our clients.

We Take the Title "Counselor at Law" Seriously.

It isn’t just our job to be tacticians; our job can mean helping the client in other ways.

Sometimes that means telling a client something he doesn’t want to hear:  that the case is unwinnable, and needs to be negotiated, or that “everybody does it” is not a defense.  In other cases, we may help clients dealing with drug addiction get the treatment they need, or encourage a client with mental or emotional problems to get psychiatric help or psychological counseling.  We may locate a therapeutic school for a troubled teenager or help a DUI offender find just the right A.A. group.  With numerous contacts in all these areas, we pride ourselves on helping match the client to the resource he or she needs.

Being in our client’s corner sometimes means being the messenger who brings the bad news, but doing it in such a way that our clients know we’re not judging them.  Our clients’ appreciation shows in the hundreds of letters, gifts and expressions of thanks we receive from clients we’ve helped over the years – both with legal problems and in their personal lives.

We may be the only professionals you’ll meet who don’t want your repeat business!  We want help you get your legal problems behind you so you can go on with your life.


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