Should an attorney be reinstated to the Bar while on Federal probation?

Former FBI attorney Kevin Clinesmith, found guilty of falsifying an email related to the Russian Interference story, got back his license to practice law in D.C. How, asks Brad Johnson, is that appropriate? The DOJ continues its disregard for rule of law.

 

2 thoughts on “Should an attorney be reinstated to the Bar while on Federal probation?

  1. The bar associations are nothing but money gathering leeches that admit themselves to have no authority to uphold its proclaimed ethical codes. Thus, the amount of sleazebag lawyers continue to rise at all levels. Although, not all lawyers are treasonous clowns, there are many that flex their J.D. like its the ultimatum on the pinnacle of intellectual progress—despite the fact that there are L.L.M. and S.J.D. above it, yet the salaries for J.D. people make more than CEOs. Bars need to be abolished and those clowns need to be elected with a system that does not connect to the Internet. Then, maybe the judiciary system can become less probable, but if a Supreme Court justice can be taken over by snakes, then it is of no surprise the rest has as well.

    Take for example the amount of Soros bought District Attorneys across the country. Law schools are overpriced and difficult on purpose to prevent people willing to challenge the establishment nearly impossible. Even military codes are somewhat corrupted as seen with the lack of candor that many of coerced service members into taking experimental gene poison, that many seem to forget their jobs. If some clown lawyers and JAGs did their jobs, they would know that 42 U.S.C. § 2000e–2(a), 21 U.S.C. §360bbb-3, ADA, Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act (GINA), and Title VII. The asshats are still peddling the notion that the unvaccinated have no cases, and that employers can do whatever they want.

  2. By “cases,” that is, legal context—not the made up numbers conjured up out someone’s rear wearing a lab coat and glasses that was reading from a script.

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