Eric Turkewitz

Trial Lawyer Group Makes Ethics Charge In Dry Cleaning Case

Cross-posted from the New York Personal Injury Law Blog

Probably no group of people is more outraged over the $65M Pants Case than lawyers, as such outrageous behavior from another attorney works to disparage us all.

The American Association for Justice has therefore asked for a disciplinary investigation regarding the attorney (and administrative judge) and is also soliciting for the defense fund.

The details are here: Disciplinary Investigation Called for in Dry Cleaners Case.

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Eric: Explain to me why Federal marshalls should not remove the cult criminal on the bench allowing this case to continue, to waste the time of the court, and to bring opprobrium on your cirminal cult enterprise. The public is sick of these pro-lawyer rent seeking biased judges. The judge must removed by his administrative judge immediately. Or remove the administrative judge.

Posted by: Supremacy Claus | May 10, 2007 2:23 PM

Supremacy: Nice use of opprobrium. Eric, hopefully you don't mind my taking a crack at this one.

I would answer your question by pointing out that we live in a country that doesn't allow Federal marshalls to come and take people away before they've been convicted of - or even charged with - a crime.

Posted by: Justinian Lane | May 10, 2007 5:04 PM

Justinian: Marshalls have a duty to perform when people are in out of control insurrection against the Constitution. This includes the core doctrines of the criminal cult enterprise that are supernatural, and violate the Establishment Clause.

Posted by: Supremacy Claus | May 10, 2007 9:31 PM