I agree with you Att. Davidson about his unorthodox way of going beyond his scope and area of responsibility. Your comment made me think a lot not only the quality of the attorney I am parting with, but mostly about what am I going to get....
To think that the potential attorney is one of the top ten attorneys at my state, it really makes me wonder, why is he called top-10. I am really confused here as to what justice means to you, guys, and what is that makes the 10 ten attorneys distinguish from the larger group, when they violate even the most basic laws. My biggest context is of where do I go from here, where I part from one attorney who clearly has grave misconduct in his file, to a potential one which does start his client-attorney relationship by surpassing his mandate and ignoring law? I wonder where did justice in the old terms go, and more practically where do I find a top10/not top10 attorney who really would puts justice and representation in the center of his attention, rather than think in finacial terms (return-on-investment, dollar value of a case,) etc?