03-1070, 03-1079, 03-1082, 03-1083, 03-1084. 03-1117, 03-1139
RELATOR’S SUPPLEMENTAL REPLY
RELATOR’S MOTION FOR REHEARING
RELATOR’S SUPPLEMENTAL REPLY
by: John WorldPeace, Relator
Attorney Pro Se
TO THE HONORABLE JUSTICES OF THIS COURT:
NOW, WorldPeace and files this Relator’s Supplemental Reply Regarding
Relator’s Motion for Rehearing Regarding Restitution and the Texas
Disciplinary Rules of Professional Conduct and would respectfully submit the following.
WorldPeace prays this Court to delay making a final ruling on this
Application for Writ of Mandamus until WorldPeace can reply to the Commission
for Lawyer Discipline’s response to WorldPeace’s Motion for Rehearing on
this Application for Writ of Mandamus. Linda
Acevedo, attorney for the Commission for Lawyer Discipline, did not forward a
copy of her response to this Application for Writ of Mandamus to WorldPeace
which she filed last Thursday,
As WorldPeace has said in his various pleadings before this court, the
TRDP is defective and the application of the TRDP by the Commission for Lawyer
Discipline and especially the Commission for Lawyer Discipline’s attorneys is
corrupt and this is due to a great extent to the immunity given the Commission
for Lawyer Discipline in Rule 15.11 TRDP.
As in any organization, the individual at the top to the organizational
pyramid, in this case, Dawn Miller, Chief Disciplinary Counsel, encourages or
discourages ethical behavior.
In WorldPeace’s personal experience with Dawn Miller, she deliberately
and knowingly filed a disciplinary suit against WorldPeace in 1993 after the
statute of limitations had run for the sole purpose of putting a permanent
public reprimand in the records of the District Clerk of Harris County, Texas
because she knew that due to her lack of diligence and the groundless nature of
the complaints she could not successfully prosecute a disciplinary petition
against WorldPeace. That record is
still there despite the fact that the lawsuit was dismissed with prejudice.
An attorney’s good name is critical to him or her in the practice of
law and Dawn Miller maliciously placed a permanent black mark on WorldPeace’s
credibility ten years ago.
Further, in the underlying lawsuit, J. G. Molleston lied to Judge Fry and
stated that the Commission for Lawyer Discipline regularly violates the “must
file with the Clerk of the Supreme Court” provision of Rule 3.01 TRDP in order
to stop Judge Fry from dismissing five complainants that Mr. Molleston and Dawn
Miller added to the underlying disciplinary petition six weeks after it had been
filed by filing it with the District Clerk of Harris County, Texas as opposed to
the Clerk of the Supreme Court.
And to make matters worse, Judge Fry refused to hold a hearing on
WorldPeace’s Motion to Compel those cases from Mr. Molleston.
In addition, today, an Application for Writ of Mandamus was filed by
Steve Nelson, In re: Steve Nelson,
regarding a Judgment for Disbarment entered against him in which Jennifer Hasley,
another attorney for the Commission for Lawyer Discipline in
In addition, Ms. Hasley, in order to cover up more incompetence regarding
the Commission for Lawyer Discipline stated to the underlying court that the
State Bar was the proper party in a Rule 14.01 TRDP interim suspension against
Mr. Nelson which is totally contrary to the TRDP.
These incidents involving the Commission for Lawyer Discipline’s
attorneys are just the tip of the iceberg. No
attorney in this state who has any familiarity with the TRDP and a working
understanding of the Commission for Lawyer Discipline under Dawn Miller will
tell you that the present disciplinary system is fair.
They will tell you that they have an unhealthy fear of the Commission for
Lawyer Discipline and that fear stops them from taking all sorts of marginal
cases and further prevents the citizens of this state from obtaining legal
representation. This is the fallout
of the current TRDP and its application by the Commission for Lawyer Discipline.
WHEREFORE PREMISES CONSIDERED, WorldPeace prays this court to delay a final determination of this Application for Writ of Mandamus until WorldPeace can obtain a copy of the Commission for Lawyer Discipline’s response and reply to it (which should take place no later than Wednesday March 10, 2004) and for such other and further relief at law or in equity as this court may deem proper.
TBA No. 21872800
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