The Tennessee Court of Appeals shot down attempts by a pro se plaintiff to pin his foreclosure, loss of belongings and eventual incarceration on his former counsel.

After plaintiff Bradley Allen Garrett, of Louisville, Tennessee, served six months of incarceration for violating an order of protection secured by his ex-wife, he acted pro se against his former attorney for alleged negligence and legal malpractice.

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