Today, I had the supreme pleasure of having my deposition taken by SO. What an amazing adventure. Sitting at the foot of the master–not. Kids, don’t do this at home.
I have to say, her techniques in taking a deposition only rival those of Miriam Solo, published earlier on this blog.
I’d shoot an associate that ever did this. As for me, I am NOT surprised. Re-read my motion to Disqualify her, and she filed a response in which she never denied any of the following: witness tampering, obstruction of justice and spoliation of evidence (missing portions of a witness deposition).
In any case, I will do a full report when I receive the video blog and the transcript and I have corrected it.
For now, read on below.
the ONLY way for her to solve her problem is to admit that the US and Illinois constitutions are true that I have affirmative defenses.
I mentioned at least a half dozen times during the deposition “Justice Louis Brandeis said the best disinfectant is sunlight”.
She needs to put that in her craw too.
And she WILL hear during my testimony that when I blogged about going into the judges area was barred by court order after Greylord and I NEVER DO THAT, most (honest) judges have a strict rule about it, the problem was fixed. When I blogged about 14 days notice and service on next of kin, the judges now announce that loudly in court when they appoint a guardian and show the ward (if present) a copy of the “notice of rights that has the hearing date on it” (true story)and they announce it was served as shown in the COS 14 days earlier to the hearing date.
huge, huge steps and all because of MY BLOG and yours and Gloria’s efforts. Gloria, I’m sorry you had to go thru all of this, but you and the blog and Ken have helped others in so, so many ways we will never know.
She needs to understand and appreciate the First Amendment, the Fifth Amendment, the 14th Amendment, the Probate Act.
She clearly does NOT have a clue–yet. She can change. She can admit that blogs do much good and change how others perceive lawyers in the court room. Judge Stuart was the one that now announces the 14 days advance service to the ward and relatives–good for her! Keep on going. She’s getting it.
From: kenneth ditkowsky
Sent: Jul 23, 2013 8:09 PM
To: JoAnne M Denison , Gloria Sykes
Subject: Re: okay to publish?
From: kenneth ditkowsky
Sent: Jul 23, 2013 8:02 PM
To: Lucius Verenus
Cc: JoAnne Denison , NASGA , Michigan Advocacy Project , janet Bedin , “firstname.lastname@example.org” , Tom Kammerer
Subject: Re: Your motion to disqualify SO