Skip to comments.Deace: The American Bar Association Should Launch Ethics Investigation into Gloria Allred
Posted on 12/09/2017 4:34:15 AM PST by x1stcav
However, reasonable people cannot disagree on thisGloria Allred is either a hack or disgrace. And there should be an ethics investigation conducted by the American Bar Association to find out which it is.
(Excerpt) Read more at breitbart.com ...
IIRC she’s already under two of them atm. So what’s another one if she’s about to lose it already.
egg all over face
Not to be snarky, but maybe Deace should research and find on what grounds someone can file a complaint, and then file one himself.
She said she never asked. Well, that's her job. And as any good attorney will tell you...I don't like surprises.
She wasn't diligent and didn't do what an ordinary person should do.
I do hope she loses her license.
But this is all BS....the real test of the case is her memory of an event which apparently never existed....and event designed to take down a political candidate. It was deliberate and with malice.
I understand that he is suing. Maybe her admission is part of the suit.
Bet she wishes she never started this.
I’m not sure if he’d have the legal standing for it. Roy Moore sure would.
Is Deace still on the radio ?
The ABA is an arm of the Demorat party.
She can run around calling herself "Nelson's attorney" in all these media appearances, and she may even have a formal engagement contract as Nelson's attorney, but from everything I've seen she's been nothing more than a PR hack for Nelson up to this point.
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Thanks for he link. I believe him.
Yeah, sure. But here is his lead-in. Reasonable people can certainly disagree on whether or not they believe the allegations leveled against U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore. Certainly not!
You can simply copy/paste that post and then change the words :-)
So many uses...
very old school....... positively Telex worthy!
Love Deace. Great podcast!
Better yet, Trump should introduce a bill to restrict judicial immunity, so judges can ‘own’ their bad decisions and be sued personally. That would give impetus to clean out the bad judges themselves.
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