Thursday, March 7, 2013

The Evidence Melted In His Mouth, Not His Hand

The Illinois Administrator has filed a complaint alleging three criminal acts by an attorney.

The first two counts allege conduct that led to convictions. One instance involved a domestic assault on his sister-in-law.

The other conviction involved a misdemeanor theft for eating M&M's in a store without paying for them:

Respondent entered a Dominick’s grocery store in Morton Grove, Illinois, and proceeded to take various food items off the shelves, including but not limited to a 6 oz. package of M&M’s candy, and eat them without paying for said items. After observing Respondent’s conduct, employees of Dominick’s contacted the Morton Grove Police Department, who later arrived on the scene and arrested Respondent.

The third count alleges cyberstalking of a woman after she had ended their relationship.

The complaint recites the contents of a number of faxes sent to the woman's workplace by the attorney.

The last one:

"If I ever see you again-im gonna rip your bra off and stangle you with it lmao"

(Mike Frisch)

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you have not looked at the entire record nor the responses filed by respondent.

Posted by: james J Graney | Dec 13, 2018 8:58:25 AM

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