I hires a lawyer for the first time i talked t him on the phone asking how much he be
asking on my case,first time he said 1500.00 dollar and i make a deal if he can accept
a thousand dollar and he said come to his office to talk more further, and i went while
we are talking he trying to convince me to hire him because telling me he is agood lawyer that he can help me.And i'm not convince yet the first time, he already doing the paper works and going outside t mail it.And then he return to the room and he sit infront of me saying to look to my eyes he is not going to let me down,while he is waiting on me to get my money and he already wrote the receipt and the request for pre-trial.I give him the reatainer amount and i i give him the money he wants me to get out right away.
when i was at the parking makes me felt uncomfortable and i called hin back to withdraw it and asked the retainer back to me but he told me he is rushing out and he told me he will mail the money in the mail, and i was confident that he is going to do it.
And i still keep on calling him to ask it. he never answer my calls and texting i was doing that a lot of times.Until it reach for a month so i am more get suspicious and i still keep on calling him.I get tired i went to other lawyer to help me about my problem and he is aware of it,about whats going on. And he help me to call this Lawyer if when he is going to give the money back. a day after he texting he sayingHe would only meet him if i retained him.I don't know if i can still refund the money.A 1000.00 dollar that to much to lose for me that i don't have the money somewhere to pay the court cost and fine, In otherhand that money i just borrowed it. so i can get a lawyer to represent me for my case. What should i do? Is there any chances i can ask it back.I need some advice?
Thank you and i will wait for the answer.
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