If I hired an attorney to represent me, I should be able to fire that attorney whenever I pleased. Likewise, if you hired an attorney to represent you, then you should be able to fire that attorney whenever you pleased. But, clearly, if you hired an attorney to represent you, I would have no authority to fire your attorney.
In the video below, a man attempts to fire “his” attorney. The attorney says he’s been appointed by the judge and therefore only the judge can terminate his employment.
How is it that a man who is seemingly represented by an attorney, can’t fire what appears to be his own attorney?
Could it be that the attorney does not actually represent the man (whose proper name is, say, “John Ingress”) and who is the apparent defendant? Could it be that the attorney instead represents an artificial entity (a legal fiction or “strawman” who bears the all-upper case name like “JOHN INGRESS”) and who is the actual defendant?