I wrote out a Writ of Prohibition and Writ of Mandamus for the Florida Supreme Court I wish to file. I have done all relevant research and citations, listing all valid case law with appendix and other needed info.
I'd just like an attorney to sign it so it will be taken more seriously than if I file it pro se.
Please let me know if you can help.
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Before any attorney will sign and file, they will need to review content, research and format,
because they will be representing it as their work. You should consult directly with a few attorneys and hire someone willing to take on your case that you are comfortable with. Hope this helps and good luck to you.
No attorney in their right mind would sign a petition or any other document to be filed with a court that the attorney did not prepare.
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". I have done all relevant research and citations, listing all valid case law with appendix and other needed info. I'd just like an attorney to sign it so it will be taken more seriously than if I file it pro se."...
NEVER gonna happen for a wide variety of reasons and any lawyer that did so would deserve the humiliation and disbarment he would likely suffer. If you want to be taken seriously you actually HIRE a lawyer to determine whether "all the relevant citations and valid case law" has been stated not try to get over on the court to falsely portray that circumstance....which by the way......if you are resorting to THAT level of approach it speaks more to the merits of your petitions (or lack there of) than anything else....
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