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Judge H.T. Rheinhold

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Bio:
Judge H.T. Rheinhold was the judge that oversaw She-Hulk's first case back as a lawyer after a long break.

She-Hulk was trying to find some concrete evidence against an Australian man accused of committing six murders in New York city. Without hard evidence, Judge Rheinhold was going to grant the Defense Coucil's request to release the defendant after a 48 hour holding period.

With the help of "the world's greatest detective" (actually Santa Claus who decided to help She-Hulk out with his knowledge of who's naughty and who's nice), she was able to secure the evidence and Judge Rheinhold ordered the accused to trial with bail set at seven million dollars.

Rheinhold also presided over another case of She-Hulk's, where again, she was the prosecutor, and the defense attorney on the case argued that She-Hulk's heroics in saving a number of people that morning outside the courthouse would unfairly prejudice the jury in her favor. As much as she didn't like the idea, Rheinhold had to take the motion under consideration.

This ended up costing She-Hulk her job with District Attorney Blake Tower as they figured that any opposing council could make this argument towards She-Hulk, which in turn would make it very difficult for Tower to use her on any case.

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First Appearance: The Sensational She-Hulk (1989) #8

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