Rudy Giuliani Faces Disbarment From New York State Bar After Several People File Bar Complaints 

Rudy Guiliani Faces DisbarmentIt looks like Rudy Giuliani’s unhinge behavior over the past month has caught up with him. Rudy Giuliani faces disbarment from the New York State Bar. Giuliani for his bat-shit crazy behavior in Trump’s voter fraud scam. 

Congressman Bill Pascrell Jr. (D-N.J.) and several other attorneys filed bar complaints against Giuliani with the Grievance Commission in New York before Thanksgiving. They also filed bar complaints against several other attorneys representing the Trump campaign. The complaints ask that the attorneys have their law licenses revoked.

The complaints allege Giuliani and others have “participated in frivolous lawsuits”. They also allege Giuliani and others are wasting the courts time and taxpayer money with frivolous voter fraud lawsuits. 

Giuliani and 22 other lawyers are representing Donald Trump in his futile attempt to overturn the 2020 presidential election. The complaints were filed with bar authorities in Arizona, Michigan, Nevada, New York, and Pennsylvania.

The complaint states:

Mr. Giuliani has participated in filing a series of absurd lawsuits seeking to overturn the will of the voters in these states and has caused irreversible damage to public trust in the fair administration of our elections. The egregious pattern of behavior by Mr. Giuliani to effectuate Mr. Trump’s sinister arson is a danger not just to our legal system but is also unprecedented in our national like. In carrying out that perversion, Mr. Giuliani has clearly violated the New York Rules of Professional Conduct he swore to uphold and should face the severest sanction your body can mete out: revocation of his law license.

Rudy Giuliani Faces Scrutiny From Other Legal Jurisdictions 

Following Giuliani’s embarrassing federal court appearance last week and the Trump campaign legal team’s completely off-the-rails Thursday press conference, public sentiment may be on Pascrell’s side.

Attorneys representing Delaware County, Pennsylvania last week also filed court documents accusing the former New York City mayor of making the “demonstrably false” claim that election officials “improperly commingled” ballots received before and after Election Day.

Leslie C. Levin, a law professor and associate dean at the University of Connecticut School of Law also told Law & Crime:

In all likelihood, he would face a reprimand. New York disciplinary authorities are pretty lenient. And they would probably be worried about being viewed as imposing discipline for political reasons.

Additionally, Levin also said that Pascrell filed the complaint against Giuliani in New York’s Second Department. Giuliani was admitted in the Second Department. However, the complaint should have been filed in the First Department where Guiliani’s offices are located.

 

 

 

(2) Comments

  • R.J. 12:56:48 pm November 28, 2020

    Evidence regarding the election in Arizona and Georgia is emerging that supports Julian’s assertion that the election was stolen based on falsified ballots and double counting. I expect him to be ultimately vindicated.

  • Stephen Dibert 12:56:48 pm November 28, 2020

    Where is the evidence? Why wasn’t it presented in court?

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