Atty doesnt want to meet with client in person to get details, told client to write them down and email them. He said because if client verbally tells Atty anything, he (atty) could be used as a witness. Said he would just put email in a file and save it. I have never heard of an Atty not bringing his client in after being retained to get the facts and go over the details before pretrial. Doesn't the paying client have a right to give the facts in person and tell the Atty what he hopes to accomplish by retaining him????
(This is a minor offense)