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Created by TaxiCabJesus 4 months, 2 weeks ago
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... She's the attorney who's been fighting me in the Arizona Court of Appeals. The local kangaroo court judge didn't care about how they're violating my friend's rights, and pretended that the appellate court's rubber-stamping of his local-court colleague's complete re-write of the statute was perfectly acceptable. (Did you hear about how a missing comma resulted in a group of Maine drivers winning their appeal? https://www.nytimes.com/2017/03/16/us/oxford-comma-lawsuit.html) Monday's status hearing was just in response to my 'motion to seal', and was ordered because my Nemesis didn't file a response to the motion.

I don't think I'd get blown off if I hired an attorney, but who can actually afford an attorney? On Tuesday I realized I need some help. I'm going to swing by the US Attorney's office in Phoenix tomorrow. They have a group of AUSA (Assistant US Attorneys) who focus on civil rights cases.

https://www.justice.gov/usao-az/district-arizona-office-overview


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Created by CBSNEWS 4 months, 1 week ago
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You should study for the LSAT and attend law school. It only takes three years to earn a Jurist Doctorate to practice law. If you are like Crawford it would come easy to you and you could fight for your clients in court.


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Created by TaxiCabJesus 4 months ago
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Others have suggested such, but ... it's not something I'd be excited about. Law is a lot of arguing about minutiae. I only want the courts to do their job in this case.

I watched The Rainmaker last night (based on John Grisham's book). The protagonist wins his first case and promptly gives up practicing law, reasoning that he's not ever going to have a better case than winning a jury trial against an evil insurance company.


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Created by TaxiCabJesus 4 months, 2 weeks ago
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