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February 17, 2012

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Ari Daniels

This is incredible. It's extremely rare that a "little guy" gets even a nod—an acknowledgement of existence—from the court when facing down a "big guy." To say that Etlin "suffered no harm, only benefit" is plain silly as well. If they had represented her, instead of following the path of least resistance (or worse), they could have prevented the harm that is currently befalling her. They didn't directly steal Etlin's money, but they didn't try to prevent the theft either. No harm?

Note: I'm familiar with this case, as I'm the "child" (34 years old) for whom the child support is supposedly being sequestered, illegally.

{Harumph!}

Karen Winner

Congratulations to self-represented litigant Michelle Etlin, for having the tenacity and courage to fight for her day in court!
Karen Winner, Esq.
author of Divorced From Justice (HarperCollins publishers)

Chris Hoey

I learned in my first year following law school to beware the pro se plaintiff as judges and courts bend over backwards to give them their day in court,

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