Thursday, July 01, 2010

IN THE NAVY THEY CALL THIS "PISSING UP A ROPE"

This is an actual excerpt from an actual letter from an actual attorney (for the present) to an actual Judge.  He gets an A for spunk and whatever is below F for judgment.

I must note further that during our telephone conference on February 8, 2008, you personally stated: "I have no problem with the matter being heard in LaSalle County." If that is correct, and no Motions are pending in Cook County, it is extremely difficult to comprehend any justification or motivation whatsoever for requiring the appearance of counsel other than the interjection of your personal vendetta in an attempt to rationalize your own mistake in summarily placing a 14 year old child with a drug and alcohol addict.
As an officer of the court, I must bluntly state that you appear to have serious mental issues involving extreme narcissism and illusions of grandiosity which effectively interferes with your ability to act as a Judge. I am certain this is the opinion of many other lawyers who are acquainted with you. I am aware of your tendency toward self-promotion and your blatant insinuation that you somehow have a superior ability to ascertain peremptorily and without the presentation of appropriate evidence the best interests of children. Do you in any manner accept the reality of the jeopardy in which you placed this child? Is it possible that you could apologize to my client, who has had custody of this child since birth and suffered weeks of sleepless nights wondering whether her child would return safely from her substance addicted and irresponsible former husband? Are you capable of self-examination, or do you simply react negatively and defensively to any suggestion that you are incapable of error? 

It's just a wild guess, but I don't think this is going to end well.

3 Comments:

At 6:30 AM, July 02, 2010, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Is that what drunk dictating looks like?

 
At 7:08 AM, July 02, 2010, Blogger UMRBlog said...

Could be. In my office the general rule is that sensitive dictation sits in draft for one business day.

But then I don't practice psychiatry without a license.

TYFCB

 
At 10:58 AM, July 06, 2010, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sounds like someone is talking about Obama!

 

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