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Ralf Mardorf ralf.mardorf at
Sun May 31 14:53:37 UTC 2020

On Sun, 31 May 2020 09:04:40 -0500, Valeri Galtsev wrote:
>On 5/30/20 10:56 PM, Ralf Mardorf via freebsd-questions wrote:
>> On Sat, 30 May 2020 22:44:52 -0400, Kevin P. Neal wrote:  
>>> Lawyers are mercenaries. They work in the best interest of whoever
>>> is paying them.  
>> Actually I'm not paying my lawyer. Since my Money Bins are usually
>> not that much filled as averaged Money Bins are, she gets the money
>> from the German nation. She represents my interests against German
>> government agencies successfully, we always won. IOW it depends on
>> the system, as well as on the world view of the layer.  
>This is amazing thing: the government pays your lawyer to defend you 
>from actions of the government. Amazingly unselfish government.
>In my word it is always the fight of interests. The government is as 
>selfish as people are, thus does all to perpetuate itself (and the 
>people in command), thus it works tirelessly to grab away people's 
>freedoms, and the people (some of them) are fighting back attempting
>to give up as little of freedoms as possible. Gradually loosing. This
>is what I observe looking around, and this is confirmed (for me) by
>the fact that tyranny (dictatorship) is the most stable form of the

It's called "Beratungshilfe" and we can make use of it for more or less
everything, usually to solve issues with landlords, employment law,
social legislation, IOW more essential things, than disputes about
ordered T-shirts. Actually we usually need to pay 15,-€, probably to
avoid misuse of "Beratungshilfe" for bagatelles.

I guess at least a "Pflichtverteidiger" for criminal trials is also known in a lot of
other countries, even if somebody is guilty of setting a government
agency on fire.

OTOH in Germany we don't have class actions.
Apart from this consumer centers are not allowed to help against all
kinds of companies.

The German law has got pros and cons. Rich and famous people enjoy
privileges, a well know example is Uli Hoeneß, the former president of
German football club Bayern Munich.

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