Do Rich People And Poor People Get Equal Justice Under The Law?
Isn't there a vast difference between being able to afford a dream team of lawyers and attorneys and getting a court appointed attorney? What is the solution?
There is no solution.
The brightest minds/smartest people are always going to demand higher pay whether that's lawyers, doctors, or any specialist.
If you can't afford to hire "the best" people you're at a disadvantage.
If you're poor your only hope is if you happen to catch one of these people early on in their career before they establish a reputation or that they take on pro bono cases from time to time.
The only other option is to make sure you become rich!
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