Drama ensued in Bomet law court as police arrested a quack lawyer representing suspect a defilement suspect.
According to the Standard, the said fake lawyer was already in court where he was representing a suspect who was accused of defiling a minor.
Talking to the media one of the lawyers said this was a recurring problem in the area as fake lawyers extorted money from unsuspecting Kenyans.
They have been asking clients for money, pretending to represent them only for them to fail badly in court.
Similar cases have previously been reported where Kenyans lost some winning cases after representation by some fake lawyer.
The sad incident has just raised questions as to how many unsuspecting Kenyans might have landed in the hands of these ruthless lawyers.
Cases of Kenyans using some rogue ways to get ends meet have been on the rise with some quack doctors also busted treating unsuspecting Kenyans.
@Kabiru...Take him to law college, he's got the ability and passion
@ Stephen... huyo jamaa anararua mahindi..... definition of ""minding own business"
@Vinnie...Define ' quack'.... Better use charlatan
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