JUNE 6, 2018
PRESCOTT LOVERN, SR. (Lovern), back in December 2017, threatened to sue California (CA) State Bar Officials and CA Supreme Court Justices [Hafer v. Melo 502 US 21] if they did not amend their Rules of Professional Conduct to add rules under Rule 8 to hold CA lawyers accountable for misconduct. [See 2017 Press Release below].
On May 18, 2018, the CASC added misconduct and 66 additional rules effective November 1, 2018.
Good job CASC.
UPDATE: December 11, 2017
California (CA) Courts & CA Judicial Council protecting personnel involved in the violations of the Federal False Claims Act (FCA) [CA Courts have been receiving federal funds the Courts not entitled to] by using the CA Highway Patrol to run interference for the illegal acts that include federal felonies. Prescott Lovern, Sr. authorized by the FCA to recover the money. [One of three civil lawsuits].
December 1, 2017
Prescott Lovern, Sr. is planning multiple federal lawsuits against individuals associated with the California (CA) State Bar and certain state employees, possibly some state court judges [individual capacity] who have no immunity regarding violations of U.S. Constitutional rights.
This matter all starts with CA’s decision to be the only state in the country who does not require [ABA Rule 8.3] CA lawyers to report attorney misconduct. That might work in state legal matters, BUT, on the federal level this aiding & abetting can trigger federal violations, including federal criminal statutes.
We all know CA dances to a different beat, and that is OK in CA, as long as it does not infringe or violate U.S. Constitutional rights / law on a intra-state / inter-state level. It’s time for CA to understand they don’t have the right to ignore the U.S. Constitution. The 14th Amendment applies to CA and its State Bar.