Advertising is a powerful tool. Sending an effective message can go a long way toward making a sale, and in the right hands the message sent could manipulate how people respond to specific issues, too.Attorney David Mazie knows this, and that is why he has taken his message—the case of Antonia Verni—to the people of New Jersey in a series of ads that have run in newspapers for the past couple of months. Mazie’s ads seek out witnesses who have seen alcohol being sold to visibly intoxicated ...
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