MAY 18, 2018 – CALIFORNIA SUPREME COURT ADDS 69 NEW RULES TO STATE ATTORNEY PROFESSIONAL CONDUCT; PRESCOTT LOVERN, SR. THREATENED LITIGATION IN DECEMBER 2017

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.

 

PRESCOTT LOVERN, SR. PLANNING FEDERAL LAWSUITS AGAINST INDIVIDUALS ASSOCIATED WITH THE CALIFORNIA STATE BAR / CALIFORNIA COURTS

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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.

Stay tuned.

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