State & Federal Civil Cases Now Have Right to Court Appointed Attorney

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    Ummm... no.

    The ABA has stated their OPINION that this should be the case. Which is only natural, it's welfare for under employed hack lawyers.

    No court has taken up this issue and made case law for it, no legislature has passed it into law.


    I guess I should sue too, I qualified with a weapon in the military. I should be able to open carry anywhere in the country.
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