It’s payback time. The U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia will probably disbar me by the end of next week. The court gave me less than 30 days notice of an August 30, 2016 trial date, it will not allow me to present any witnesses at my trial, and it is giving me a total of 30 minutes to defend my reputation, my career, and my livelihood. That’s the sort of “justice” I would expect in Cuba or China.
And it’s just the tip of the iceberg. If you’ve followed this blog or read DirtyRottenJudges.com, you know that I filed a judicial misconduct complaint against U.S. District Judge Ellen S. Huvelle in early 2015 after I learned that she had secretly communicated ex parte with my opposing counsel while a case was pending in her courtroom. Attorneys Patrick Kearney and Michael Bramnick forged their client’s signature onto a false affidavit, knowingly filed false discovery responses to hide an adverse witness, and suborned perjury, but Judge Huvelle repeatedly refused to do anything about it.
After trial, I learned that Judge Huvelle had been secretly relaying messages to Mr. Kearney or Mr. Bramnick (or someone working with them) around the same time that the chicanery was happening in her courtroom. I also learned that Mr. Bramnick tampered with the medical records of his client, William C. Cartinhour, Jr., in order to conceal the fact that Mr. Cartinhour is a paranoid schizophreic and a pathological liar. Worse, Judge Huvelle may have learned about the schizophrenia during ex parte communications with Mr. Cartinhour’s psychiatrist (I cannot yet say for certain because the courts have blocked my access to the evidence). If so, she never tried to stop the fraud. … Read more