Disillusioned from Judicial Politics, December 2002
by: Mace H. Greenfield
I grew up very idealistic about lawyers, judges, the courts and government, but then quickly became very disillusioned as an adult.
I have been a litigant for more years than I have been a lawyer. My own dissatisfied experiences in the Courts of New York put me on the track to become a lawyer. My divorce was in Virginia, where I was awarded custody and child support after trial in 1991. I had no complaints about lawyers judges or the courts at that time. Read more