The dishonest lawyer is accepting a fee from a rich client, while behind him a poor man is lamenting that his lack of money is preventing him from standing up to his wealthy opponent. Death also contributes to the lawyer's fee, by adding his own coin, but reminds the lawyer that his hourglass has run out. The lawyer appears to be paying little attention, being focused on counting his money. The death of the lawyer might be considered by some to be a good thing.
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