Reviewing Investigative Blogs on the California Corruption Beat
April 22, 2012 § 1 Comment
Tagged: Deborah Kwast, Ineffective Assistance of Counsel, Jennifer Nicolalde, Judge Franz E. Miller, Orange County Public Defender's Office
Thats nothing. I filed an appeal last August. My public defender for the appeal can’t file a brief in the appeal becasue the record is missing critical information. Apparently motions in limine were heard in chambers and nothing was put on the record. So now what? 3
Whats really ironic is I was charged with making criminal threats against my attorney in a civil matter. After three years of the State Bar giving me lip service and refusing to compensate me from the client security fund I had a bit of emotional distress while talking to a State Bar employee. That led to the charges. Whats even more ironic is I tried to file charges of theft against this attorney for stealing my settlement proceeds, both the police and the DA refused to do so. So now I’m the criminal!!!
I have learned one thing when it comes to getting justice, if you aren’t rich, forget about your 1st amendment right, it doesn’t exist. I should have used my 2end amendment right instead. Next time I’ll know better and will not waste my life away trying to get justice in our justice system.
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