Originally Posted by Aedrys
I agree that Baez is WAAAAAY out of his league with this case and seems extremely inexperienced with a capital case or lazy or some combination thereof. I do not know much about his firm, their finiancial situation, etc. But I will say that many small law firms are simply unable to tackle a large, high profile case such as this because contrary to popular belief, all lawyers are not rich and all law firms do not have endless cash reserves to work with.
Perhaps Mr. Baez is in such poor financial shape that he quite literally cannot afford to continue to outlay funds for filing fees, copy fees, etc. and wait for reimbursement later. If that is the case - He may want to reconsider filing all the frivilous, baseless motions. Maybe save a few pennies. KWIM? lol
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