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September 08, 2011


Alan Weinberger

Which is more unethical; stealing a few hundred dollars, not from a client, or lying under oath about a conflict of interest waiver that was not effective in order to take away $1 million from a client? The Bar counsel will say, stealing a few hundred dollars.

Captain Kirk

Like others from the prior administration, he will now be able to claim he was unfairly targeted. Get it? Targeted? So, come on, give him some credit.

Ozzie Lawyer

You failed to mention that this person was actually nominated as a judge on the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals by George W Bush.

Fred Moss

Huh? Theft of money by fraudulently claiming to be returning a purchased item is not conduct involving moral turpitude???? I'd like to know the panel's definition of "moral turpitude." Would you trust this guy with a client's money???

f. moss

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