I think these were really all money-theft cases.
By B. McLeod on 2013 10 26, 2:55 pm CDT
I have never known an attorney to steal a sledge hammer, grubbing hoe, or steel toed shoes from a client.
By Andrew Ottaway on 2013 10 26, 8:34 pm CDT
It has probably happened, though. Yet the point I was trying to make was that these weren’t really “client-theft” cases. He didn’t steal any clients.
By B. McLeod on 2013 10 26, 10:09 pm CDT
Sorry, I missed the original pun.
If he needs to steal some clients, I have several I would pay him to take.
By Andrew Ottaway on 2013 10 27, 2:07 pm CDT
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