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All attorneys in the State of Texas
YOUR LICENSE TO PRACTICE LAW IN
This is the most important fax that you will receive this year.
It is about your rights as an attorney against frivolous grievances and
the corruption of the State Bar Grievance Process.
The time to deal with this matter is now.
If you are not livid about what the Supreme Court is allowing the
Commission for Lawyer Discipline to do to attorneys in
2) The Supreme Court, not the
legislature, promulgated the
Did you know:
a) That non-attorneys are the
gatekeepers under Rule 2.09 TRDP in regards to which grievances filed against an
attorney are classified as a Complaint or an Inquiry?
In my trial, Mr. Mapes, of the State Bar, a non-attorney, testified that
he did not understand the Preamble or Scope of the TDRPC.
Under Rule 8.04(a)(8) and 8.01(b) TDRPC you can be disbarred for refusing
to cooperate with the Commission by asserting your rights against self
incrimination even though in the first letter you receive from the Bar with
regards to a grievance clearly states that information may be forwarded to law
enforcement per Rule 6.08 TRDP and every investigatory hearing begins with a
Miranda type warning about the attorney’s right to remain silent.
c) Under the new rules, the
Commission can place all the grievances filed against you in one particular
investigating panel and no longer has to assign those complaints randomly.
In my case, they violated the old Rule 2.07 and sent 66% of the
complaints to the Alan Levine’s panel, knowing that Alan Levine said in one of
the investigatory hearings against me which I did not attend, “that the
complainant could walk out the door and down the street and find any number of
legitimate attorneys.” So
according to Mr. Levine, all licensed attorneys in
d) That the “must”
provisions of the TRDP, like Rule 3.01, do not apply to the Commission and the
time limits under Rule 15.07 TRDP do not apply to the Commission.
More importantly there is no enforcement provisions applicable to the
Commission under the TRDP. In other
words, they can do as they please. This
makes these rules unconstitutional in that they are arbitrary.
These issues are before the
The TRDP, and by inclusion per Rule 1.06(q)(1) TRDP, the TDRPC is
incorporated into the TDRPC are selectively enforced against the respondent
attorney and not enforced against the Commission’s attorneys.
f) The Commission’s attorneys
can lie to the court and because they allegedly have immunity under 15.11 TRDP
they are not held accountable. In
the lawsuit against me, J G Molleston, attorney for the Commission, lied to the
court stating that the Commission frequently violates the “must” provision
of Rule 3.01 TRDP and in 14-03-00531-CV, 14th Appeals Court, Steve
Nelson v. CLD, Jennifer Hasley, attorney for the Commission, lied to the
trial court about substituted service and through her lies achieved a default
Judgment for Disbarment.
If a client refuses to pay you and files a grievance and the Commission
files a disciplinary petition, you cannot counterclaim for your fees in the
The above is just the tip of the iceberg.
Go to http://www.johnworldpeace.net/indexsb.htm
for the full story.
The whole State Bar disciplinary system is defective and corrupt.
Ten years ago, Dawn Miller, the now Chief Disciplinary Counsel, filed a
disciplinary petition against me knowing that all the complaints were past the
four year statute of limitations. The
court dismissed the suit with prejudice but Dawn Miller achieved a permanent
Public Reprimand against me. And
there is nothing I can do about it. For
her corruption, Dawn Miller was promoted. The
present disciplinary process is an unconstitutional Inquisition.
Further, take notice of the rulings Judge Fry made in the underlying
disciplinary petition against me. Come
to your own conclusion as to whether I received a fair trial from an impartial
judge. Then consider that Judge Fry
was appointed by the Supreme Court and that the Supreme Court has endorsed the
illegal acts of Judge Fry by their refusal to hear my Applications for Writs of
So the bottom line is that you have no rights under the present
disciplinary system and the $27 per hour attorneys at the State Bar can play God
with your right to make a living. It
is time to revolt against the oppressiveness of the disciplinary system.
No doubt there are some lawyers who should be disciplined.
But the present system is set up to allow the Commission to arbitrarily
select a few attorneys each month to disbar in order to placate the public.
What is happening in fact, is that legal services to the public are
becoming more restricted because of the precautions attorney must take to
protect themselves from frivolous grievances and bad intentioned and immunized
State Bar attorneys.
I have laid the foundation to put an end to the abuse.
It is unlikely that the opportunity will come up in the future when
Applications for Writs of Mandamus that are questions of law regarding the TRDP
and the TDRPC and the TRCP are
pending before the Supreme Court at the same time that the Supreme Court renews
the TRDP knowing the defects of the process.
I have laid the foundation and preserved error.
But I cannot do this alone. Now
is the time for you to get involved to protect your license and your ability to
earn a living as well as your right to collect fees from dead beat clients
without fear of the State Bar taking your license.
Remember, one violation of the TRDP or the TDRPC can result in your
disbarment. Remember that when you
do not return a phone call or decide not to execute a twenty page Retainer
Contract signed by a client, you’re putting your license on the line.
THE LICENSE YOU SAVE MAY BE YOUR
OWN. STAND UP AND FIGHT.
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