I could do a series, I think, on the theme of “what the client expects v. courtroom reality.” Here we have a “client “ disappointed they couldn’t buy evidence. Which may actually be an unenforceable (bordering on illegal action) contract.
He paid $2.5 million for court allegations of Voter Fraud. He didn't get the court allegations of Voter Fraud he was promised. So now he's suing the group that was going to deliver him all these court allegations Voter Fraud but apparently couldn't. Just wow. Via @rickhasen https://t.co/ysIcS47o3g— jimrutenberg (@jimrutenberg) November 26, 2020
Thursday, November 26, 2020
A (Possible) Continuing Series
But clients never break the law; only other people do.
Posted by Rmj at 6:35 AM