Knucklehead Of The Week: Rittenhouse Prosecutor Thomas Binger… He Must’ve Been Absent That Day From Law School
Very often, when a prosecutor is done working for the government in the prosecution of cases, he or she will move to the private sector and work on the other side as a criminal defense attorney. If Mr. Binger indeed decides to take that path, and if you ever happen to be in Kenosha, Wisconsin and in need of a lawyer, don’t call Mr. Binger. Go to the nearest nail salon and see if they have a Jimmy McGill-type working in the back or opt for a public defender if need be. But don’t hire Thomas Binger.