I'll work for legal representation, electrician says in ads outside courthouse
Tapped out after paying his former divorce lawyers $45,000, a New York electrician decided to try another tactic.
He posted flyers outside the new Staten Island Courthouse in St. George offering to barter his skilled work for legal representation in the ongoing case. So far, according to Anthony Davino, three attorneys have said they are willing to consider the arrangement, the Staten Island Advance reports.
“I’m sure there’s some attorney who purchased a house and could use my services,” Davino said. “I’m in the electrical business 20 years. I can wire homes from soup to nuts.”
Hat tip: Above the Law.