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Is the Oxford Comma Controversial? Not for Lawyers

The final comma in a list of things in a sentence is known as the Oxford comma. Of all the punctuation marks in the English language, it may be the most divisive. However, for one group of writers and readers, it's not up for debate. The importance of the Oxford comma to attorneys and judges is explained in this video.

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