- Sat Dec 26, 2020 9:22 pm
That's one problem with E, VamosRafa19, and one problem is all you need to find in order to eliminate a bad answer. Good work!
Another reason to cross it out is that even if there is some way to get a valid prescription some other way, that doesn't do any harm to the claim that a lawyer's advice is worth paying for. The negation of that answer doesn't do any damage to the argument (because, as you pointed out, the advice is the real issue, not the scrip, just like just having a valid will is not the real issue in the argument), and so it cannot be a necessary assumption.
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