According to the article, "Of the 55,284 tenants summoned last year, only 386--less than 1 percent--had a lawyer, according to an extensive D.C. Bar study to be published this month. By contrast 86 percent of landlords showed up with an attorney, the study reports." This article talks about that disparity and explains in more detail why landlords usually come out on top in the housing war.
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