One of the more interesting tactics the ARDC has taken to, is to repeatedly send me their crappy papers decrying their lack of appreciation for this blog because it tells all that goes on in probate, it told the “secrets” of the Sykes case, that it had no jurisdiction, there was a safe deposit box drilled out by the Guardian, emptied and no one told the judge about that, that $1 million in valuable coins are missing per the records of the estate attorney (Ditkowsky), the judge refused discovery to opposing parties, the case was railroaded.
If there has been attorneys and judges acting badly in probate, you heard it here. The public has a right to know and be warned, esp. if the court of appeals and Illinois Supreme Court do nothing, the ARDC does nothing and even covers up.
The ARDC was granted subpoena power to solve the missing coins of the Sykes case and instead it moved to quash Gloria’s and my subpoenas in a shameful move.
It railroaded Ken Ditkowsky’s case, shamefully twisting around his letter to Dr. Patel and making a mockery out of justice.
Well apparently opposing counsel Mr. Steve Splitt could not deal with the massive record on appeal, I have seen him in oral argument and he was quite fastidious in Ken’s appeal on getting the vast majority of facts correct and cited to the record. So now apparently he is in a crunch.
So what is the status of my case?
Well apparently the ARDC has taken to serving me no less than 3 or 4 times, sometimes in person, once even at court in front of a client! (who knows all about their trickery and supports me in all I do, so to them it is proof of the false persecution by the ARDC) with a Petition for my Interrim (Immediate) suspension for running this blog not to their liking:
here is the current status:
And if you read thru the documents, here is the statement that proves according to Jerome Larkin, Melissa Smart, Sharon Opryszek and now Steven Splitt I AM STILL THE MOST DANGEROUS BLOGGER IN ILLINOIS
Favorite statement (everyone likes this one)
It appearing…that a complaint has been voted against you by the Inquiry Board; that you have violated the Rules of Professional Conduct; that you have engaged in conduct involving fraud or moral turpitude or which threatens irreparable injury to the public, your clients or the orderly administration of justice…[we basically want to suspend you right away. NOW. Get the blankety blankety out].
Most of my clients can’t believe it at all, so I’m having them write up declarations for the Illinois Supreme Court. Here are a few:
All of the comments are unsolicited. I am still waiting for more affidavits and declarations to come back and then I will publish.
I currently have 30 + clients I have promised pro bono work that need it. Will the ARDC and Ill. Supreme Court help these people when I am gone.
I have plenty of patent work to do. I could have just done that since Nov. of 2011 when I created this blog, just to be selfish, to look the other way. But I stepped up and took my oath as an attorney and counselor seriously, so I had to help the disableds and their families who had no one to turn to.
So you can you. Please sign my declaration and return it and I’m sure that one day I can help you too.
And if the ARDC suspends me and they get their way, I will promise to blog as much as I can, watch the proceedings in court and talk to the victims as much as I can without giving any legal advice. One of the issues that the ARDC isn’t counting on is the fact once I am suspended then I can approach people in the hall ways and give them brochures and business cards and ask if they have complaints about the probate system and I will be glad to publicize their own stories. I hope to collect a lot more stories about probate this way.
I will continue to support the disabled victims of probate and their families and try to find them other low cost or pro bono counsel, tho it’s very hard. There are 83,000+ attorneys in Illinois and few are interested in pro bono work and fewer still will go up against the probate cabal.
While there is a sore need for what I do, there is little chance of help coming to you many probate victims out there.
While the Illinois Supreme Court says it wants to help the little guy, make the courts more just, it appears to be little more than lip service with the fact that the ARDC does nothing, helps in the cleansings and cover ups, SCOI appoints Zimmerman to “investigate” the ARDC problems–an attorney known to do nothing, and the beat goes on.
I can do only what I am allowed to do. I will continue to blog. I will continue to pray and hold vigils for victims and their terrorized families.
As for me, I will be happily writing patents as a patent agent and probably working on some of my own patents to make more money.
What I currently do with this blog and in probate is exhausting work with little pay, so working on the blog and patents will be a relief for me, even though I know you all probate victims will suffer for it. I will continue to pray for you.