Bill Pascrell Jr., DN.J. He announced that he had complained to various state bar associations, in which he called for the dispersal of lawyers representing Rudy Giuliani and other Trump lawyers’ campaigns, only accusing them of being a “political hacker” whose actions were likely to be meaningless.
Pascrell announced On Friday, he filed a complaint in New York, Pennsylvania, Arizona, Michigan, and Nevada against Giuliani and 22 others for “initiating frivolous lawsuits and trying to help Trump steal the election and destroy democracy.” Harmeet K. Dhillon, a California Republican national commissioner, blew up Pascrell, which he said proved to be a toothless act.
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“Complaints like this about a random political outbreak literally will NEVER lead to crushing or even sanctions, at least in California,” Dhillon tweeted early Wednesday morning. “He’s not a client; he’s not hurt; and lawyers are eager to represent clients. Pascrell’s is just a nasty and impotent spasm of hatred and gangster.”
Pascrell shared a copy of his complaint against Giuliani, who accused the former mayor of New York of violating ethical rules against “frivolous” actions and “conduct involving dishonesty, fraud, deception, or misrepresentation.”
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The New Jersey congressman did not give a concrete example of any “dishonesty, fraud, deception or misrepresentation” by Giuliani, but accused him of helping President Trump, which constitutes “sinister arson” in the form of undermining public confidence. in the election process.
Typically, after a complaint is received by the Complaints Board, the employee’s attorney examines the allegations to determine if they warrant an investigation. If they decide to investigate further, they will notify the subject of the complaint and respond to them. Following an investigation, the complaint may be denied, which may result in a letter of counsel or reprimand, or, in the case of more serious allegations, a formal disciplinary action, which may lead to public distrust, suspension or denial of a lawyer’s license.
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However, Pascrell’s complaint against Giuliani may be dead on arrival because he went to the wrong court. It is addressed to the New York State Complaints Commission for the Second, Eleventh, and Thirteenth Judicial Districts, which are part of the Appellate Division of the New York Supreme Court. These districts cover Brooklyn, Queens and Staten Island. By contacting Fox News, the court said that because Giuliani’s legal practice is based in Manhattan, all complaints should have been filed with the First Division.