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Comment by Ed Price
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There is nothing wrong with having many attorneys to guide you on your way. In fact, it is a good idea. The question is HOW you have the attorneys. Stone is going to blow it. Why? Because he is going to be a client of his attorneys, rather than have his attorneys be co-counsel with him. Corpus Juris Secundum says that a client of an attorney is a ward of the court. This means that the court can decide what to do with him any way that they want. See https://www.youarelaw.org/Download/CorpusJurisSecundum-AttorneyClient.pdf. This holds for the rest of us as well.


Comment by Ed Martin
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Good luck on finding an attorney who will "co-counsel". "Laws are maintained in credit, not because they are essentially just, but because they are laws. It is the mystical foundation of their authority; they have none other." ~ Michel de Montaigne


Comment by Ed Price
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Exactly the point. You don't want an attorney to be an attorney, and, an attorney would have to stretch attorney rules to be a co-counsel for you without being an attorney. The thing you want is someone who has experience in the courts, and how to file paperwork. There are multitudes of experienced paralegals and others who you can use. - What to do? How to fight a government complaint against you? Convert it to a claim against government people, man-to-man, by entering claim paperwork into the case, and by getting the case moved to Federal District Court, often held in a U.S. District Court building - CJS vol. 25 section 334. A claim is stronger than a complaint in the USA and other common law countries.

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