Unauthorized Practice of Law - The Outcome
Welllllll, the State Bar of Michigan bailed first. You’ll notice they like to posture and issue veiled threats as a parting shot, which makes me laugh. All authority figures do this to attempt to save face. They issue a parting directive, as if to maintain the appearance of control…
But what really disappointed me, what really caught me off guard, was the State Bar of Nevada.
I mean, they have a FEDERAL JUDGE on the record (an order filled with the ranting and outright claims of Judge Robert C. Jones), and in writing to the SBN, through his “referral” to the SBN for his claims, and they STILL bailed in the end, citing that they didn;t have the “resources.”
I’ve never seen a more embarrassing response from a bureaucrat.
If you look for exactly what it was that I said that was supposed to have been “legal advice” and counsel, well, don’t hold your breath. They couldn’t be bothered to specify, so that accusation falls flat on its face.
They infer that I’m precluded from “practicing law” as an ADA Advocate, but they never indicate that I have “practiced law”, or have attempted such.
It almost seems like they may tell their dad if I do ADA Advocacy again…
The SBN also “urges” and “caution[s]” me, as if….
I’m going to keep doing the SAME thing I’ve been doing.
BOTH of these State Bars were given notice of my pronouns as to my gender identity and expression, and BOTH State Bars continually mis-pronouned me. These letters are more evidence of their discrimination.
My pronouns are I, Me, My, Mine, and Myself.
Okay. Time to go do some “further activities.”
P.D., JAY V. SHORE