State Bar Leader Bites the Dust After Cover- Up
Russia, Clinton Emails, Isis and now California's State Bar. Hackers may truly be responsible for changing the world and many Silicon Valley Hackers are now turning to clean up California's Courts.
Confidential State Bar communications indicate that dating back to 2014, State Bar employees and contractors; Braulio Munoz, Gregory Dresser, Sherrie Mc Letchie , Lori Wallerstein and James Towery, willfully engaged in misconduct at the State Bar that compromised the private and confidential records of private citizens who filed complaints against attorneys, including the social security numbers and home addresses of individuals who attempted to complaint about unethical lawyers.
Rindskopf, the Bar's latest leader to flee the rapidly deteriorating lawyer watchdog agency, is reportedly aware the Bar released the private social security numbers, home addresses , IRS information, credit card and banking records of private citizens who sought to address bad attorneys, and that the State Bar never notified these individuals of the release.
Emails and notes obtained by members of Silicon Valley's most elite hackers show that Rindskopf has told those closest to her that she is leaving the State Bar after only two years, before a hurricane of investigations results in indictments and criminal charges for many past and present employees, lawyers and judges.
Some of the records leaked to the press from Anonymous indicate that the Bar repeatedly covered up attorney misconduct and ignored clear and convincing evidence that showed former Chief Trial Counsel James Towery threw Joe Dunn under the bus when Dunn refused Towery's request to cease investigating lawyers in Santa Clara County, where Towery was appointed as a judge following his departure from the Bar.
State Bar Compliant files also show that the state's legal system has become outright corrupt , as it has allowed large law firms and individual lawyers off the disclosure hook, while judges award these same unethical firms and lawyers millions in sanctions and fees awards every year.
The records obtained also show that James Towery failed to make lawful disclosures himself, while working at the State Bar, and while acting as a judge in Santa Clara County. Towery's former law firm , Hoge and Fenton, is reported to have essentially bought the employment position for their partner , which in return promised "protection " for Hoge Fenton lawyers, and lawyers inside the Santa Clara County prosecutor's office, where Towery's wife was employed. Additionally problematic was the fact that Towery and his wife, Karen Sinunu Towery saw to it that millions of State Bar grants went to fund questionable non profits and programs associated with Santa Clara County University's law programs.
Bar communications also show that Rindskopf is extremely worried about Hayward v. Superior court. Rindskopf privately admitted, the Bar clearly first ignored a complaint against Nancy Perkovich before the Hayward case was decided, and is now scrambling to discipline Perkovich, who is facing a civil suit for driving one divorce case to incur over $3,000,000 in fees where Perkovich did nothing for the millions she charged in attorney fees and costs.
The Hayward case indicates that orders made by attorneys acting as private judges could mean the voiding of orders in thousands of California divorce cases, but also the voiding of the orders that were related to the formation of Facebook, which could be problematic for Facebook shareholders all over the world.
The Hayward case could additionally entangle attorneys who acted as private judges, or minor's counsel, in divorce and large complex civil litigation matters, where lawyers like; Perkovich, Richmond, Hales, Cox, Crawford, Nat Hales, , Robert Blevans, Richard Roggia, Brad Baugh, Valerie Houghton, Tom Tuttle, Seastrom and Hammon have been known to be making millions off creating misery of divorce litigants as these unscrupulous lawyers have made billions of California divorce, probate and custody cases.
For employees, shareholders and Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg and Sheryl Sandberg, the issues in Santa Clara County family courts may be far more important then they once believed.
State Bar memos indicate that Jim Towery pressured employees to bury complaints that would have shown fraud and outright criminal conduct that could land , now judge, James Towery, right in jail based on his involvement in Mark Zuckerberg's lawsuit with the Winklevosses, that ultimately got Facebook anchored in California.
The use of Facebook in legal matters has become an increasing matter of public interest. In family courts judges are using Facebook to hold mothers and fathers in contempt of court after they are stalked on Facebook by their ex spouse and on (www.dailybusinessreview.com/id=1202796261138/Judges-Facebook-Friendship-With-Attorney-Doesnt-Require-Recusal-Court-Rules) , August 23, 2017, a Florida's Supreme Court just ruled that a Judge "friending " a lawyer on Facebook does not require recusal from cases where that lawyer appears before her. Many litigants now believe that makes Facebook fair game to stalk judges and lawyers for information to use against them when filling complaints and reporting judge crimes.
California's State Bar misusing personal information of private people who file complaints against unethical lawyers must be addressed urgently by the state's legislature.
State Bar records, obtained by a core group of elite Hackers in Silicon Valley, show that judges in Santa Clara, Sacramento and Contra Costa and Orange Counties regularly refused discipline attorney misconduct over the past 30 years, as Canon 3 of California's Judicial Code of Ethics makes mandatory, and the judicial failures have now seeped into the state's attorney discipline agencies, in a manner that allows corruption to flourish in the state's courts.
Members of the Public who filed complaints against an attorney and provided the Bar with records, or information, that contained social security numbers, bank account numbers or IRS information, are advised to contact : firstname.lastname@example.org to see if your personal information is in the records the Bar has carelessly disseminated to the public when handling complaints about attorney misconduct.