Disciplinary Counsel Ruled Immune From Suits

, The Connecticut Law Tribune

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For the first time in Connecticut, a federal judge has ruled that attorneys with the Office of the Chief Disciplinary Council should be granted the same immunity from lawsuits as judges and state prosecutors.

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  • Ginger Bailey

    perhaps it is time to give these rulings as well as appointing Judges to the citizens of Connecticut. The legislative Judicial Committee allows civil servants to re-assign property as non-judicial state employees (they are not judges they are lawyers) of the Probate Court Committee, the Legislative Judicial Committee appoints judges whose criminality can be traced, the legislative judicial committee ignores any complaints from citizens of nepotism (probate court administrator Thomas Gaffey and Chief Clerk of the Appellate Court), they ignore and now condone the coercion of citizens by Patricia King the Chief Disciplinary counsel of the Statewide Grievance Committee to drop cases that might implicate favored lawyers or judges taking kickbacks.
    Nice.
    This is why Connecticut is the second most judicially corrupt state of all 50.
    Time for the Citizens to vote on these items not lawyers for lawyers for lawyers for lawyers ...

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