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Parse this sentence from this article:

"Lawyers for Mr. Grasso, who contend that the judge is biased against their client, and from the office of the New York State attorney general, Eliot Spitzer, which filed the complaint, began arguments yesterday before a state appeals court in Manhattan."

Rather,

"At a state appeals court in Manhattan yesterday, lawyers for Mr. Grasso and from the office of the New York State attorney general, Eliot Spitzer, presented arguments. Mr. Spitzer's office filed the original complaint against Mr. Grasso."

Whew.

I had to read the first sentence about seven times to get the meaning.