This rating should be as objective as possible. A "0" would be Martin Zimmerman, for example.
A "9" might be Earl Rogers, for example.
Describe in as much detail as you like what the lawyer did that was wrong. Do not rant. We need
to pinpoint the corruption as it relates to the rules and law in order for this forum to be constructive.
Corruption or malfeasance can be, but is not limited to: taking bribes, breaking any rules of procedure, violating state or federal law, failing to meet deadlines with filings, overt incompetence, failing to return unused retainers, failing to prepare for trial, violating the Rules of Professional Conduct, as applicable, which are quite frequently broken.
Acting in direct opposition to any of the preceding is grounds for inclusion in our database:
*We have decided to identify lawyers by state since they can change courts and systems, but can relocate.