Our court system is overburdened and it can take months to have a case heard. Appeals can take even longer. The reason for this is because some attorneys clog up the system with frivolous lawsuits involving public records requests and appeals attempting to hold a single mom in contempt for not paying back a couple of hundred dollars in daycare expenses fast enough.
Attorneys should seek out the least expensive and most expeditious method to resolve issues; not create unnecessary litigation. This is called “churning” when an attorney runs the bill up.
We suppose some attorneys just don’t have enough real issues to deal with and sit at home and dream up ways to feel important and relevant.
Some people help change laws. Some people have been involved in landmark cases that shape and mold the jurisprudence in Louisiana. You have never been involved in anything worthwhile have you?
You file appeals making hyper-technical, petty arguments that have no meaningful value and serve no public good.
Greg, please stop clogging the system up with bullshit. There are people with real issues with real problems that need access to the court. Please get out of the way and take your frivolous crap somewhere else.
P.S. Please let Slayter know if you still want to handle some of the simple questions on the LaDads website; the stuff that requires little to no brain power that law school students could handle. You seem to have plenty of time on your hands.
And your Barnes v. Barnes still looks like a lucky pro se appeal meaning that it looks like a non-attorney representing himself filed it and got lucky.