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Other Ticket Lawyers Are Like Chimpanzees!

You know, they poop all over the place, eat with their hands, constantly want to fornicate with anything that moves, and never bathe.

Actually, I think Mark might be on to something....


  1. Not another Planet of the Apes prequel?

  2. I was an asa and work in the state courts....i have never ever ever seen that guy in my life.

  3. Godwhacker's comment is too funny!

  4. I can't believe the Bar approved this ad. What a putz this guy is.

  5. Hat tip to Marc Gold for having a vision and an idea long ago and making it happen...and for having a sense of humor about himself and his work. I would much rather see his chimp commercials than Spencer Aronfeld spouting about injustices in a transparent attempt to scrounge up clients. Not sure who would make a better circus act, though.

  6. He's laughing all the way to the bank. I did a divorce of another "ticket schlub" and the guy made well north of seven figures. And he was small time compared to the Ticket Clinic.

    Mommy and daddy may not have sent you to law school to defend traffic tickets, but when your firm pays you over a million per year, it

  7. Of course he's laughing all the way to the bank. Who else would he be able to spend 18 thou on lap dances?

  8. its a myth this losers make bank.

  9. If this clown made 7 figures, he wouldnt make himself look stupid by suing a strip club for the 18 k he spent onlap dances- he'd laugh and move on.

    instead, tre to ticket lawyer form, he made the poor decision to put himself in the spot light for being a loser.

    seriously, sclubby gold.

  10. Happy New Year, Kosher version!

  11. I've never had a monkey.

    - fake mike catalano

  12. The Governor should appoint Alex Hanna to the Third DCA. No pagues ese ticket, meng.


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