I'm not trying to be mean. Thinking it over, it may be just be that you lost your creditability a long time ago. idk I do know, whether in your personal life or business, once you lose it, it's an impossible thing to rebuild completely.You folks are really something. The evidence is right there before your eyes and you still deny it.
I'm fairly new here, so I don't know what transpired six months ago. But you do.
You said when you didn't want to take a client or they were 'difficult clients', you charged more and didn't answer the phone when their number came up, and didn't return their calls. That's rude and unprofessional, and that is exactly what you said in post 321.
Just answer the phone and say "I am unable to take your case at this time" or, if already a client, call them personally and say "I am advising you to seek new counsel as I no longer want to represent you. If you are interested, I will recommend someone who may be able to help you."
Now anyone would have more respect for you if you had done that instead of dodging calls. That would have been the honorable way of handling it and you most likely would not have made an enemy.
Attorneys withdraw their appearance all the time in ongoing cases. I can site a civil case ongoing right now where the plaintiffs have had four attorneys to date because three attorneys have withdrawn.
Then later you wrote an enormously long post trying to twist and undo what you had said in post 321 because I called you on it. It's so incredibility clear.
Instead of lashing out at everyone but Che, maybe you should look inwards.