Which Statement Best Describe Lawyers Who Work For The Government??

“I don’t believe in God, but I will defend you in court if you commit a crime.” Or “God is on my side. I’m the only one who can save you.” The fact that they are working for the government should make it clear how they feel about us, so why would we trust them?

My father always said to me, “You’ll never get anywhere by taking shortcuts. If someone asks your opinion on something and tells you to use their name when talking about it, listen carefully. That’s called ‘quid pro quo.’ It means that if they want something from you or do something for you then there must be something wrong with what he/she just did or said!”

To this day, I have yet to lose a case because of quid pro quo!

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