Another way of spending loads of money with no effort at all. File for a restraining order against your ex. Change your mind, and there you go—a double bubble attorney fee to pay. We want to know in which state this ridiculous law takes place.
Maybe they have regulated things this way, so people think very carefully before filing a restraining order, or maybe they just want people to be really broke.
Truth is What You Do Best
Attorneys just love it when honest witnesses are dished out to them. This next one shows how the attorney's work can be simplified so easily, with no effort at all.
Basically, all you need for a successful court case is one witness aware of their behavior and habits. No need for long stories, no need for visual elements. Only the truth, my lord. Only the truth.
All a Matter of Perspective
When convicted criminals share their regret in the courtroom, it can be heartbreaking. Everyone makes mistakes in life, but when you know the price you are about to pay for the mistake is going to be very high, you will do absolutely anything to soften the verdict.
Maybe the maximum punishment for stabbing should be altered according to the strength used when executing it. Harsh stabbing, medium stabbing, gentle stabbing, and I swear, the knife just slipped out of my hand kind of stabbing.
Here's for judges being so narrow-minded and not believing in second (or third and fourth) chances. Firstly, how did this honorable judge know this dude would be back?
Secondly, the whole purpose of being an attorney is to make money. Attorneys don't really care about reputation. So the client's history is irrelevant. Bring in the client, tell me the story, and show me the money.
It's All About The Money
It perfectly makes sense. If you have loads of money, it doesn't really matter if you're to blame or not. You have to pay the bill. Some people actually think this way. Take a look at this:
Next time young lady, make sure you present those ER bills, or the 8K charges are not going to be the last thing you pay.