Can Lawyers Testify in Court? CreditRage Uncut 7 – Trinsey v Pagliaro

Debt Collectors and Lawyers pull a lot of dirty tricks on consumers. One common trick to play on a consumer is to actually testify in court. Lawyers are either lawyers or witnesses. They can not be both. The legal basis for these statements is Trinsey v. Pagliaro (Trinsey v Pagliaro, D.C.Pa. 1964, 229 F.Supp. 647). Here is a quick chat that I did about this case and the implications of lawyers testifying.

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