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Why We Cannot Promise the Outcome of a Case

A recent case from Wisconsin shows very clearly why attorneys, including us at the Hall Law Firm LLC, cannot predict or promise any outcome to a litigated case.

Wisconsin Judge Patrick J. Fiedler recently said,

“no, Plaintiffs to not have a fundamental right to own and use a dairy cow or a dairy herd;

“no, Plaintiffs do not have a fundamental right to consume the milk from their own cow;”

You can read more about the decision by clicking here.

I disagree with this judge’s decision.  He is claiming that the State and the State alone has the power to decide what you can and cannot eat or drink.  This is judicial tyranny, but it is very common in these United States.  Many decisions come about because of political or financial (read “bribe”) reasons. Justice and truth too often play little role in a court’s decision.

At the Hall Law Firm we will first advise you to make every effort to settle your case.  We will help you to do that.  If that fails, we will litigate.  If possible we will demand a jury trial.  We believe in juries.  They usually make the right decision (but not always!).

Call the Hall Law Firm today with your legal questions and issues. Call 417-967-0066 or 573-729-2229.