Friday’s Piece

“He who is his own lawyer has a fool for a client.”

(Proverb of unknown origin)

John Lentell

29th August, 1970

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One thought on “Friday’s Piece

  1. This proverb is based on the opinion that self-representation in court is likely to end badly. As with many proverbs, it is difficult to determine a precise origin, but this expression first began appearing in print in the early 1900’s. An early example appears in 1814

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