Andrew Johnson says he always knew he’d become a lawyer, just like his father, prominent Roseburg attorney Darryl Johnson. He breezed through college and law school in Eugene with good grades, passed the bar and moved back to his hometown ready — or so he thought — to make a name for himself. But fellow attorney David Terry says that in those first few months, Johnson showed himself to be oblivious to the major differences between studying and practicing law. “He was insufferable,” said Terry. “He just really didn’t get it.” Terry says that over two decades he’s watched Johnson …
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