How often have we said, "If only there were more than 24 hours in a day, we could get it all done"? Well, we're not lawyers:
An Ohio lawyer has been suspended for overbilling local courts for her representation of poor clients, submitting bills for more than 24 hours a day on three different occasions.
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According to an Ohio Supreme Court opinion (PDF) issued Tuesday, Stahlbush billed the courts in Lucas County for more than 24 hours a day on at least three different days, and more than 20 hours a day on five other occasions.
Man works from sun to setting sun, but a woman's work or a lwayer's billing is never done.