A US Solicitor who has exceeded the John Grisham stories

My limited range of books from modern story writers include a significant number that were written by John Grisham. I found one of his books very inspiring, but he also sets out to explain that some solicitors or legal workers are also very corrupt. However his ability to set out the concept of corrupt solicitors in the USA is also very clear. Based on my own knowledge of the legal processes here in the UK and many of the solicitors I have met, our legal process is generally very honest. I assume the same is the case in the USA but of course there will be some corrupt solicitors. However until the beginning of this year I had assumed that John Grisham made his stories rather extreme compared to the corrupt people in his nation. Then the name of Lin Wood arose through his tweet that he wrote on 1st January as shown here. The fact that he and his boss, Donald Trump are both now banned from twitter seems to make a great deal of sense. Sometimes twitter bans people by mistake but in this case there is no reason to reopen twitter to Lin Wood. However another similar piece of social media is Parler and he uses that as we can see below his image which he wrote the day after the attacks on Capitol and the formal acceptance by the USA of Joe Biden as their next President. Let us hope that Joe Biden will set out to improve the nature of American Solicitors as part of his next 4 years as the President of the most powerful nation in the World and if he can find a way of preventing Lin Wood from making these claims that would certainly be very helpful. I am grateful that Mike Pence did not feel too threatened by Mr Wood.

About ianchisnall

I am passionate about the need for public policies to be made accessible to everyone, especially those who want to improve the wellbeing of their communities. I am particularly interested in issues related to crime and policing as well as health services and strategic planning.
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