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Mr. Flogg

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Bio:
Mr. Flogg was a defense attorney, going up against She-Hulk when she was a prosecutor working for District Attorney Tower.

Flogg was defending Officer O'Riley. A cop accused of taking drug money and handing it out to the victims of crime. She-Hulk was confident in the fact that she would be able to secure a conviction on the case. Since it was one of her first cases back as an attorney after a long break where she mainly focused on her life as a super hero, it would be a big win for her.

On a morning where the case was due in court, She-Hulk was out front of the courthouse answering reporter's questions when a crane broke free from a building and plummeted to the ground below. She was able to catch the crane and save many lives.

Many of the members of the jury witnessed this and Flogg argued to Judge H.T. Rheinhold that the act of heroism would unfairly prejudice the jury in She-Hulk's favor. As much as she didn't like it, the judge had to take motion under consideration.

This actually ended up costing She-Hulk her job with D.A. Tower as he thought it would open a can of worms, and that any defense counsel could argue the same thing on any case she was prosecuting. This would make her incredibly difficult to use, so he had to let her go.

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First Appearance: The Sensational She-Hulk (1989) #10

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