Your Day in Court

“If it weren’t for lawyers, dear boy, we wouldn’t need lawyers.”

possibly from the movie “A Murder of Crows” (1998)
Many Americans with ordinary legal disputes never get the trial they thought they were guaranteed by the Constitution. I’m just going to put this link here and let you read the excellent article that it points to. -David A. Woodbury-

https://getpocket.com/explore/item/why-you-won-t-get-your-day-in-court?utm_source=emailsynd&utm_medium=social

Author: David A. Woodbury

At 18, I nearly severed my right index finger. That ruined a planned career as a classical pianist. Once healed, I volunteered for a stint in the Army during the Vietnam disagreement, which provided advanced training in Russian and experience as a cryptanalyst. When I resumed college I completed a B.S. in Wildlife Management at the University of Maine. After college I spent 23 years at Great Northern Paper Company and 13 years in health care, also working as a freelance Registered Maine Guide, following the lead of my cousin, Cornelia “Fly Rod” Crosby who, in 1897, was issued Maine Guide license #1. Born in Florida but raised in Lima, Ohio, and in Farmington, Maine, I am immersed in hobbies from model railroading to beer making and from woodworking to collecting historical documents. I like to read the classics such as O. Henry and Charles Dickens, non-fiction by authors such as Simon Singh and John McPhee, and the works of the early Christian theologians, who add dimension to a life of faith. With all of these interests to support it, I find that writing comes easily.

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