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Death Threats, and the MD Attorney Grievance Commission Made Me Do It!

Death Threats, and the MD Attorney Grievance Commission Made Me Do It!

I wasn’t going to do it. I wasn’t going to write about the Maryland Attorney Grievance Commission again until after the conclusion of whatever it is that they are or aren’t going to do about the complaints I filed with them in early May of this year against some attorneys. In the blog post before…

When the Culture Endorses Lying to the Court

When the Culture Endorses Lying to the Court

Update: 6/24/17  Complaints were sent to he AGC about these attorneys, but as of today’s date, the AGC has sent NO correspondence to me to indicate that they’ve asked these attorneys to respond to my complaint. Regime change over at the AGC is coming with a new Bar Counsel Lydia Lawless being appointed. One can…

The Way It REALLY Works In Howard County Maryland

The Way It REALLY Works In Howard County Maryland

This installment will pick up where we left off with Betty Smith Adams and the Howard County development crew. I know… you’re thinking that I couldn’t possibly be able to make a direct connection to any other Howard County judicial monkey business. (There will be several judges who are probably holding their breath to see…

The Elephant In Howard County Part 2

The Elephant In Howard County Part 2

If you haven’t already done so, it’s probably best that you read part one of this series.  You can CLICK HERE. Here is the SUMMARY OF WHAT YOU WILL READ BELOW:  This is another example of the rules not applying to Maryland judges who are held to a much higher standard than citizens that they…

The Elephant in Howard County pt 1

The Elephant in Howard County pt 1

SUMMARY FOR WHAT YOU WILL READ BELOW: In Howard County, it’s all about who you know!  Development is BIG BUSINESS in Howard, and there is a tight-knit group of folks who work for each other so that they can all get what they want (which usually involves them getting financially PAID big time!  But you…

Maryland Judicial Transparency series

Maryland Judicial Transparency series

For 2017 and in honor of the upcoming Sunshine Week celebrations in March, this page will be utilized to chronicle the judicial transparency experience in the state of Maryland. At the end of 2016, two things became clear about the financial disclosures requirement here in Maryland. First, that there are variations in the disclosure requirements…

Maryland Judiciary: Naughty and Nice.

Maryland Judiciary: Naughty and Nice.

The holidays. A time to be thankful for all that one has, and a time to take stock of the year closing in order to help give guidance for the year ahead. Speaking of being “thankful”, I am to those viewing my blog and taking the time to comment or contact me about issues raised…

Maryland Judiciary: Bought or Incompetent?

Maryland Judiciary: Bought or Incompetent?

In this post, I’m asking for the public’s help in answering a question. Therefore, I’ve also added a poll feature at the bottom that allows the reader to give their answer to the question. I’m going to provide actual documents and the actual law (made simple), so that you can judge for yourself. My goal…

Sheriff Fitzgerald and What Money Magazine Won’t Tell You About Howard Co

Sheriff Fitzgerald and What Money Magazine Won’t Tell You About Howard Co

Perhaps Sheriff Fitzgerald should have been interviewed when Money Magazine recently listed Columbia, Maryland as being the #1 place to live among towns with 50-300k residents. That statement isn’t meant to be click-bait for this story. It’s meant to start a discussion about the realities that aren’t always seen (or known) about the towns where…

Maryland Attorneys and “The Hook Up”

Maryland Attorneys and “The Hook Up”

It has to be rough for businesses trying to get their money. A person defaults on their obligation to pay their credit card or some bill, and they have to hire a local attorney in order to file a lawsuit against the person for the bill. Companies often times will have their “go-to” attorney that…