The Campaign For DA

1.16.2015

Talk About Felonious Activity!

From the Texas Lawyer, behind a paywall, has the breakdown as this:

The Buzbee Law Firm in Houston received $455,476;

Botsford & Roark of Austin received $180,990;

Jones Day of Washington, D.C., received $169,647;

Baker Botts of Dallas received $141,462;

McDermott Will & Emory offices in Washington, D.C., and Chicago received $126,665.


I cannot begin to tell you how ridiculous this is. In my opinion, it's robbery. And, get this, the lawyer from The Buzzbee Law Firm is a personal injury lawyer who doesn't even primarily practice criminal.

Edit: Told ya!





10 comments:

DF "Racehorse" Haynes said...

WHAT???? You think attorneys charge a little too much? Talk about the pot and kettle.

Anonymous said...

Yea, Lawyers and their billable hours. It makes the common man want to throw up on them.

Anonymous said...

Barry Green, $1.285

Read as "a buck two eighty-five".

Anonymous said...

Yes, it's robbery, and it falls at the feet of the Travis County DA that wouldn't resign when she should have, as well as the idiot that charged him. Perry should never have even had to try to coerce her.

DF Not a Perry Fan Either

Anonymous said...

And they said my boy would never be worth a plug nickel! Ha! He's worth $1.07 million and counting! How about that?

DF Rick's Dad

Anonymous said...

My public defender did an excellent job and it only cost me around $300.

Anonymous said...

Can you imagine how much Obammy would bill the taxpayers for his legal defense if we sued him for the same reason? We can do that can't we?

Anonymous said...

My question is, why does Perry think he requires this much legal work? As 1:28, above, indicated, Perry "had to try to coerce her." If he did coerce her, it is a crime. Crimes are supposed to be tried and juries decide.

Perry got used to spending taxpayer money so I guess he feels no expense is too much for his defense.

Anonymous said...

I hope it costs him every nickle of the dirty money he made while in office.

Anonymous said...

Then he'll really be in a pickel...