A favorite tactic of the OPG–exchange truth and honesty for sanctions!

One of the classic signs in probate that you’ve gotten too close to the truth, is the age old Motion for Sanctions for merely telling the truth.

Take a look at what Carrie Fung of the OPG filed against me–unreal and unbelievable.

https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B6FbJzwtHocwQzZDSjgtNTQ2ZjA&authuser=0

So let’s see if the judge sides on the first Amendment or if there is another agenda.

Actually, the First Amendment doesn’t even apply here.  This is a pleading and attorneys have to have the freedom to tell their client’s side of the case, or else it is malpractice.

If this were not discussed openly and freely, then no one would get warned about what goes on in the “let’s make a deal” of the probate floor.

JoAnne

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2 thoughts on “A favorite tactic of the OPG–exchange truth and honesty for sanctions!

  1. Transgression refers to presumptuous sin. It means “to choose to intentionally disobey; willful trespassing.” I wish all the liars would choke on their lies.

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