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Topic - Esther Windmueller
Mr. Price's attorney, Esther Windmueller, said that Judge Yeatts in making his decision said he was "very frustrated" that a court had not had the opportunity to address looming legal questions.
"He said on behalf of all the judges, 'We want to rule on this,' " she said.