June 26, 2008
In an interesting decision, the New York Appellate Division for the Third Judicial Department denied admission to an applicant conditionally admitted by Connecticut in May 2007. The applicant had a number of issues enumerated by the court including traffic violations that had led to license suspension, discharges from employment, reprimand for failure to disclose prior criminal record in application for law school, lack of candor in the bar admission process and a history of alcohol and marijuana dependence for which the applicant was being treated. The Connecticut conditional admission had required monitoring. There is no indication from the order of a violation of the conditions. The applicant can reapply for admission in a year. (Mike Frisch)
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May I inquire as to who the attorney was? We had a CT. attorney who came to work quite late (10-11) and stayed quite late(sometimes midnight and later.) He would call us up with slurred words and accuse us of being "delusional" when we read to him from sections of letters he had sent to us.....He billed us for being reminded to do his work by a secretary in the Norwalk Probate office after he had sent nothing in for months (7) since being appointed executor. This took place beginning in September of 2005 and continued until he ran us out of the house we had inherited and decided not to sell. Search on "gangstalking" as that is what he did to us after we gave up and let him sell the house.....
Posted by: lynn | Jul 25, 2008 1:41:28 PM
Finally I hope the above situation will be over. We are in contact with the FBI and the State Bar and an excellent attorney-malpractice attorney, in conjuction with a stern prosecuter.
Attorneys who atttempt to have their clients harmed, who lie, who cheat, who threaten, who steal---should not be allowed to practic, period.
I believe we dealt with an (alleged of course)sociopath.
Posted by: lynn | Nov 12, 2008 2:00:58 PM