Dan, you're in trouble now
. You claimed that Stevens had no personal victories, but failed to report that he got a parking ticket dismissed when the cop didn't show.
I'm quite sure that, in the history of legal research, the failure to discover the disposition of a traffic ticket in Tempe, Arizona, has never before been described as a failure to do "simple research."
Meanwhile, from Stevens's own account
of the "Success Story":
Marc Stevens wrote:As I’ve mentioned before, seventy-five percent of the time my motion to dismiss for a lack of a cause of action is filed, the cops don’t show up.
But if you don't file his motion to dismiss, the cops don't show up only 74% of the time.
My favorite quotes:
Marc Stevens wrote:I would have been more aggressive, but he was using a walker.
Marc Stevens wrote:I can only speculate at this point though.
Marc Stevens wrote:But, to anyone who has been in traffic court can attest that’s already self-evident truth.
Yep, that's a success story alright. A blend of "only speculate" and "self-evident truth."