Lawyer says he grabbed shotgun from client; he had sought to withdraw from her case (LA)

Currie was seeking to strip a junior lien on her property filed by her condo association in a battle over unpaid monthly dues. The condo association claims Currie owes $18,000, while Currie claims the dues were unfairly apportioned, according to the Times-Picayune.  Nearly 20 lawsuits and appeals have been filed between Currie and the condo association since 1998. Couture believes those legal battles are the reason Currie showed up with a shotgun at his office.  “She was upset with the homeowners association,” Couture said. “That’s what she was displeased with. That no one was helping her.”      Read the article………….


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