This woman paid a flat fee of two hundred thousand dollars to defend her son in a murder trial. She sold her home, lost her job, her family, friends and everything she owned to gather all the money necessary to help her only son.
It is my opinion that this case will need a miracle for a good outcome, and my doubts say it won't happen.
Her son has been in jail for one year, and has appeared in court numerous times for hearings and motions. To this day his attorney has not visited his client in Jail, and I say this is completely wrong!
I thought attorney's visit clients in Jail, and prepare their clients for court proceedings, how else is the client suppose to know what's going on?
This makes no sense to me, the attorney visited the client while he was in the mental hospital but once he was transferred to jail, the poor guy hasn't seen the attorney except for a brief moment in the court room. How is this legal?
Get this, I contacted the attorney and pleaded with him to visit his client. He said he would if I paid him money, and I won't tell you how much because I could have owned a mercedes by now.
Yes I sent him the money:( We agreed that he would visit his client once every two weeks. He visited him two weeks after receiving the money and hasn't visited him ever sense. When I contacted him about this situation, all I get is excuses.
The mother of this young man prepares a suit for her son to wear in court but it never gets to him. I just don't understand this situation. I think the attorney should make regular visits and make sure that his client has his suit to wear every time he enters that court room even if it is for a five minute proceeding.
So again, my question is. Do attorneys visit their clients in jail or are they not obligated to do so?