You might find them in line at the court clerk’s office, asking questions that you would expect from a rookie attorney. Or maybe wandering courthouse hallways not entirely sure where to go.

Sure, those people may be interns or recent law school grads. But they also might be experienced, but cash-strapped real estate attorneys who have decided to dip their toes into criminal or family law.

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