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Payor Can Sue Lawyer on Contract to Defend Juvenile (access required)

A plaintiff who paid defendant lawyer a $45,000 flat fee to defend a juvenile on a rape charge through “final verdict” of the juvenile court, has standing to seek an accounting of that fee after the lawyer was discharged before representation was concluded under the contract, says a Richmond County Circuit Court. The intent of the ...

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