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Devin J. Stone, better known online as LegalEagle, is an American lawyer and YouTuber who reacts to various laws scenarios on the internet and in real life. Some of the interest scenarios include asking people questions of people about invading Area 51's legal actions. Some other scenarios include the labor laws that are broken such as the laws broken in the chocolate factory from Willy Wonka.

There are reaction videos with certain TV show episodes. There are different legal issues shown, and there are videos to encourage people to think like a lawyer. They are actually lawyers and dealt with many major cases over the years before going to YouTube.

There is a collab video on Half as Interesting where he appeared in a video about parrots and animals being used as witnesses for court. In this video we were able to see that LegalEagle's real name is Devin Stone. Stone's headquarter for his law practices is in Washington DC.

About

LegalEagle is all about giving you an insider’s view of the legal system. Have some fun and learn to think like a lawyer. He gets asked a lot about whether being a practicing attorney is like being a lawyer on TV. He loves watching legal movies and courtroom dramas has ever since he was a kid. It's one of the reasons he decided to become a lawyer. But sometimes they make him want to pull his hair out because they are ridiculous. So he created this channel to answer your burning questions about the law and the legal profession. While all legal movies and shows take dramatic license to make things more interesting (nobody wants to see hundreds of hours of brief writing), many of them have a grain of truth. Learn everything you always wanted to know about being an attorney!

Actions on Suing Federal Government

LegalEagle made a video about starting a lawsuit for suing The White House, CIA, US. State Department, etc. since he was unable to get a freedom of information request granted. Another reason is that there could have been censored information in a book that should have not have been redacted and does not trust the federal government in that regard. [1] There is also a link to donate to the cause due to the high expenses, and remaining funds that are not used will be donated to other causes by the organization.  

Subscriber Milestones

  • 1 Million Subscribers - July 1, 2020

References

This page was created by Johncocek3 on August 13, 2019.

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