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Truth and Consequences for the Maryland AGC and Brian Frosh

Accept the rules and live with it, or accept the consequences for not accepting them. Someone is going to have some consequences, and I’m willing to accept that I might be one of them. But I don’t think that I’ll be alone. This is a post that I never imagined I’d be writing, but it…

Why the Public Should Have No Confidence in the MD Attorney Grievance Comm.

Sometimes, ONE WORD has the ability to undermine or completely destroy confidence in all the rest of them. The Maryland Attorney Grievance Commission. Created by the Court of Appeals in 1975, they claim on their website to be “..dedicated to protecting the public and maintaining the integrity of the legal profession.” One would think that…

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

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…