Re: lawyer violations
- I have NOT smoke-tested this approach.
It is based on sound principles and standing case law.
What will any "judge" do? Who the heck knows!
"Gary" <gary2666@c...> wrote:
> Just a couple of questions. Have you ever actually done this? Whatdid you
> have to do and what were the results? Is the "attorney" going toback out
> of an ongoing civil case? Are all the acts of the unlicensed attorneybelieve
> considered void (including filing a complaint for a client)? Do you
> a judge will do anything about this if you file the affidavit and acopy of
> the notice?senses].)
> -----Original Message-----
> From: tthor.geo [mailto:tthor.geo@y...]
> Sent: Saturday, June 28, 2003 2:00 PM
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: [tips_and_tricks] Re: lawyer violations
> My approach would be. "Ok, now I have probable cause to investigate an
> attorney's license." So, I mail or give a copy to the attorney and
> demand to SEE his/her license.
> If he/she can produce one, fine. [Most likely, he/she/it will spend
> massive amounts of time and energy trying to convince you that you do
> not really need to see that license.]
> One can only arrest another for a crime committed or attempted IN
> ONE'S PRESENCE. (Presence is as far as one can see unobscured, hear
> without interference, smell, taste, touch [perceive by one's own
> If not, I can then file a simple one-page Affidavit with the court:
> "Comes now Affiant _______________________ and Solemnly
> swears/states/affirms that:
> "I had reason cause (see Exhibit 1, attached and incorporated herein)
> to question the competency of the purported attorney, Joe Rip-me-off,
> so I demanded to see his license. He failed/refused to produce one in
> a reasonable time.
> "I affirm, upon my own personal knowledge and belief, that Joe
> Rip-me-off is not properly licensed to do business before, nor to
> appear in a representative capacity in, this court.
> "Should the court fail to hold a hearing and to remove said Joe
> Rip-me-off from this proceeding, I will be required, by the knowledge
> I have acquired, to arrest said Joe Rip-me-Off and deliver him to the
> sheriff/police for the court to deal with criminally."
> "Gary" <gary2666@c...> wrote:
> > Thanks for posting that, looks very interesting. In an ongoing
> case, would
> > I be correct in assuming this would be filed with the court as well
> as sent
> > to the "attorney"?
> > Gary
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: tthor.geo [mailto:tthor.geo@y...]
> > Sent: Friday, June 27, 2003 7:55 PM
> > To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> > Subject: [tips_and_tricks] Re: lawyer violations
> > Well, if ezine is in California, this webpage should work for you.
> > Forget "conflict of interest" and focus on "incompetent to represent
> > anyone because of knowing failure to comply with the licensing
> > requirements of the statutes".
> > http://www.geocities.com/tthor.geo/attorneynotice.html
> > If you're not in California, you will have to cobble up your own
> > notice based on your state's law.
> > "ezine" <ezine@r...> wrote:
> > > I am interested in speaking about trying to get 2 opposing lawyers
> > removed
> > > from my case due to conflict of interest. I think I have several
> > > interesting point (at least to me) that I need to explore and am
> > looking for
> > > opinions, comments and information. If anyone in this group is
> > interested
> > > please let me know and iw ill proceed. This is an actual on going
> > > complicated by the fact that this is a non-profit corp wanting to
> > oust one
> > > of it's "owners" without compensation...... rac
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