Where's the Ethics?
When the attorney took the case, he said it was an easy one. After he got paid, he said the case was difficult and asked the Latino guy to provide documents and information he would have gotten from the file. The attorney didn't show up on scheduled court dates and postponed court dates without consulting his client.
The Latino guy wants to sign his deportation papers becaudse he's frustrated with his attorney's non-actions.
I've heard too many stories about attorneys taking their clients' money and not doing the work, or they promise great results and end up losing the case.
That's why people say immigration is a money maker.