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Consumer protection attorney Peter Holland shares debtor’s exams are unfair, and that often the price for getting out of jail is paying your bill, which is using the court as an arm of the collection industry. Dr. Travis Stork shares that medical debt is different because with unexpected medical issues, you have no way to expect the bills that are coming, but creditors’ rights attorney Randall Lindley shares there should be no distinction between medical debt and other types of debt.