Every time an attorney is indicted with a good record, you know that there were consumer complaints and other lawyer complaints about him or her. The question is, why is the ARDC hiding it.
We all know that Jerome Larkin has massive payoffs of hundreds of thousands of dollars on his property records, why won’t he make those public. Who is paying off all those loans.
Read on. Ken asks a whole lot more pertinent questions.
To: Gene <firstname.lastname@example.org>, JoAnne M Denison <JoAnne@justice4every1.com>
Cc: Katherine Hine <email@example.com>………………..
Subject: Re: Justice Served with Andy Ostrowski – disciplined lawyer series – lawyers for judicial reform
Date: Mar 23, 2016 3:51 PM
What is amazing to me is the fact that the ABA, IARDC, Supreme Court of Illinois, the media, and our friends have not raised a hue and cry over the fact that you were suspended from the practice of law for disclosing criminal activities of judges in your blog. The exact words equating the said disclosures as being akin to yelling fire in a crowded theater!
Interestingly enough Seth Gilman pleaded guilty to stealing a large sum of money from medicare, etc. The government pegged the theft at about a billion dollars. Employees who paid into their pension funds also suffered breaches of fiduciary relationship. Today the IARDC site discloses:
LAWYER SEARCH: ATTORNEY’S REGISTRATION AND PUBLIC DISCIPLINARY RECORD
ARDC Individual Attorney Record of Public Registration and Public Disciplinary and Disability Information as of March 23, 2016 at 1:19:50 PM:
Check carefully to be sure that you have selected the correct lawyer. At times, lawyers have similar names. The disciplinary results displayed above include information relating to any and all public discipline, court-ordered disability inactive status, reinstatement and restoration dispositions, and pending public proceedings. Investigations are confidential and information relating to the existence or status of any investigation is not available. For additional information regarding data on this website, please contact ARDC at (312) 565-2600 or, from within Illinois, at (800) 826-8625.
ARDC makes every effort to maintain the currency and accuracy of Lawyer Search. If you find any typographical errors in the Lawyer Search information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. For changes to contact information, including address, telephone or employer information, we require that the attorney submit a change of address form. Please consult our Address Change Requests page for details. Name changes require the filing of a motion with the Supreme Court. Please consult ourName Change Requests page for details.
THUS IT IS CLEAR – IF YOU DISCLOSE CORRUPTION you are an ethically challenged lawyer; however, if you participate your meet the Illinois criteria for practicing law! Where are our friends! Why have the civil libertarians amongst us been so silent! The silence is deafening!
I would like to know how such conduct as referred to supra is reconcilable with American Democracy!