Thank you for your response to my legal questions. I have tried Alabma Bar Association
in the past but all attorneys who were recommended refused to take my case. Various
reasons were given (mostly we don't handle involuntary committment cases). so that
let's that out.
I am talking to a young law school graduate reommended by the Jones Law School
from which he gaduated but I have no money to pay him so don't know if he can go "pro
bono" until I regain my Esate to pay him with.
Knowing the Probate Judge as I do, I do not think he will recuse himself. Think best bet
is to file in a higher court. We have already been turned down by this Probate Court so
I think an appeal to maybe the Circuit Court is in order. If "my" attorney can not go for
free for a while then I should file as a pauper because I have been declared a Pauper by
this Judge so He could Appoint the Attorney of "His Choice" for representation. No
good. Circuit Court can appoint different attorney for me. Words of wisdom are most
welcome. What say ye Karen? One Ciruit Judge is an Uncle to this Probate Judge.
How do avoid getting that sport ? God Bless - Charles A. Prfice
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