The Bizarre Story Of The ‘Marauding Lawyers’
By Alex Aldridge on
The Washington Post reports that Pakistani “police officials, judges, litigants and witnesses say they have become increasingly fearful of marauding lawyers in their trademark black pants, coats and ties.”
There’s a good summary of the story on the ABA Journal website, which recounts an anecdote by a police officer who says lawyers pummelled him because he refused to share a confidential hospital report with them. The piece also explains how there have been reports of at least 15 instances of alleged “hooliganism” and “high-handedness” by lawyers in Pakistan this year.