Do you trust your lawyer?
Is he colluding with opposing counsel?
What are your rights?
What I would do.
DO YOU TRUST YOUR LAWYER?
The American Bar Association (ABA) reports:
- 60% of the public can’t afford a lawyer.
- 20% simply don’t want to spend the money.
- 50% just don’t trust lawyers!
That is why ½ of all court proceedings involve at least one pro-se party.
IS HE COLLUDING WITH OPPOSING COUNSEL?
Once you understand the procedures that run the courts, you can know exactly what your lawyer should be doing. And know enough to push him in the right direction. I recommend a self-help law course for those who do not trust lawyers.
- If you have a lawyer — understand what he should be doing, so that you can control him, and know when to fire him.
- If you don’t have a lawyer — understand what YOU should be doing. All the basic courtroom procedures are explained in “How To Win In Court” self-help course. This is a step-by-step guide on how to win in court. It has Pro-Se tactics, and forms for civil cases.
You can understand why lawyers cannot be trusted by reading my essay at Can a lawyer be honest? My essay will tell you the history, the conspiracy, and you will also learn that:
- The Supreme Court said that the bar was associated with rude and degrading barbarism.
- U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice Warren Burger said that 50% of American Trial Lawyers are too incompetent to represent anyone.
- TIME Magazine April 10, 1978 quotes Chief Justice Warren Burger warning us:
“We may well be on our way to a society overrun by hordes of lawyers, hungry as locusts, and brigades of judges in numbers never before contemplated.”
- The same TIME article also tells us:
Chesterfield Smith, a former president of the American Bar Association, said that he would not trust 20% to 25% of all lawyers”
WHAT I WOULD DO.
All the basic courtroom procedures are explained in “How To Win In Court” self-help course.
Steven Miller · Originally posted January 31, 2019