Keeping my pledge to defend for free any MS resident, Law Firm U.S. citizen charged with a felony as a result of using a firearm in legitimate self defense.
Mississippi self defender Robert Swindol , through legal counsel of David Butts Law Firm in Tupelo, MS, has appealed the Court’s decision on MS gun laws.
With rare exception, after 40 years of law practice, I have never seen a lawyer publicly disclose what he or she charges for various legal services. Until now … and I’m bringing the house.
Many clients are, at first, indecisive about whether they should get divorced on the ground of “IRRECONCILABLE DIFFERENCES” or whether they should file a “FAULT” or what is more commonly known as a “CONTESTED DIVORCE.”
Consistent with a promise made a year ago (to defend, for free, any MS resident charged with a felony using a firearm in self-defense) I’ve taken on a case in Yazoo City.
Friend, Would you like to pay taxes to use services like Facebook, Google, iTunes, or Netflix? How about paying even more taxes to help finance ObamaCare and other big-government boondoggles? This could happen very soon, and it gets worse … much worse. Our President and his tax-pinching pundits in DC are gearing up to force through […]
Workers’ compensation law has changed significantly over the 40 years of my practice. And it is good for, the worker, to understand the changes, most of which have worked against you. This is due to the influence of the insurance companies and big business, to the disadvantage of the worker. Of course, with the economy […]
Pentagon directive on military support to civilian authorities details a policy envisioning the Obama administration’s use of military force against Americans.
In the 1980’s Stuart M. Speiser wrote a book called Lawsuit which had a profound effect on me as a young lawyer. A member of Mr. Speiser’s law firm reviewed the book with the following: Like Shakespeare’s man, a lawsuit has seven ages, pleadings, pretrial procedures, pre-trial conferences, trial, post-trial procedures, final judgment, and appeal.’ […]
TRUST In the 1969 movie, True Grit, young heroine Mattie Ross confronts a horse trader by the name of Colonel Stonehill. When she protests that Col. Stonehill pay her for her father’s stolen horse, the following colloquy occurs: Col. Stonehill: Oh, well, that’s all very interesting. The ponies are yours, take them. Your father’s horse […]