I'm not being disingenuous. Barriers to the legal system to people without wealth is a serious issue, and I've worked in this area, so I will react strongly to people who casually suggest making the system worse.
That's a stupid statement because you've got nothing to back it up. I call total bs, you pinned on that little toy "defender of the poor" sheriff star on all by yourself, then made repeated attempts to use it as moral authority. People who are charitable and give real time and resources to the poor, generally don't flaunt it on computer forums, its kind of a glaring character contradiction. It sounds like you're missing some context and specifics of US class action situations, while sprinkling in a few wishy-washy nuggets of political pamphlet quality rhetoric.
Sorry for boring you in the space of a few posts, but I would suggest that yawning would be symptomatic of your callousness rather than any weakness in my argument.
Under laboratory tests it's been concluded that my yawning is a direct result of your repetitions. Rich vs. poor, righteous crusader, blah blah blah... so sleepy...
Court appointed attorneys on both sides would actually level the playing field a fair amount, so I don't know why you think I would believe that.
Court appointed attorneys don't "level a playing field". That would only "randomize
the playing field", nothing is even close to leveled.
You want legal representation to be determined by the quality of the random government employee selected to represent you? That is an idiotic idea, Wheel of Fortune lawyers, no equality or justice, just random chance. Derp.
Don't think the quality of appointed lawyers would kinda vary greatly by court location? Or are you in some weird collectivist freetard fantasy where the government has already seized all assets and created a perfectly uniform, indistinct, resource equalized utopia from Beverley Hills to Oklahoma? Also for example, homosexuals in a certain state, might not get fair representation with court appointed lawyers because of local institutionalized biases. This also would work the same on your little isle, just ask the Irish or the Scotish, and that's just when the vast majority of y'all look the same.