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7 Steps to Disbarment


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7 Steps to Disbarment
« on: August 13, 2004, 11:34:26 AM »
Step 1: Advise your client that he needs life insurance - and refer your husband to act as the agent without disclosing your relationship.

Step 2: At your grievance hearing, present the court with a forged document claiming that the client knew that your spouse was the insurance agent.

Step 3: Also at your grievance hearing, deny that you represented the client saying that you were retained instead by the client's wife.

Step 4: Even though you purport not to represent the client, file papers with the INS representing that you are his attorney.

Step 5: Make sure that the immigration application that you file with the INS is rejected.

Step 6: After your client retains new counsel and seeks return of his file from the INS, contact your congressional representative and the head of the INS and assert that your client's conduct was outragous.

Step 7: After your client tells you that he intends to file a grievance, tell his new attorney that doing so will increase the chance that such a filing will increase the likelihood of the FBI launching an investigation of the client (who is Egyptian) as a possible terrorist sympathizer.

Norwalk, Connecticut attorney Sherri Paige followed these steps and for her efforts received a one year suspension for her conduct. And you can too, if you try hard enough - because it seems like you'd have to try to be this stupid.


Re: 7 Steps to Disbarment
« Reply #1 on: August 20, 2004, 05:02:14 PM »
should be lifetime disbarment