Forte v. Lichtenegger, Sixth Appellate Court Reply Brief (EXCERPT): “Integrity can be a fleeting thing. I often think that is the only thing some attorneys have that separate them from what the public often thinks of us. It is one thing to not have the respect of the public, but quite another to lose it to the court.” —Larry Lichtenegger (ExParte communication to Judge Robert O’Farrell from Lichtenegger) . . . → Read More: INTEGRITY FLEETING FOR THE COURT AND ATTORNEYS?
While being beaten to death by six of Fullerton Police Department’s finest, Kelly Thomas’ last words were, “Help me. Dad! Dad! Dad!” Pretty sad state of affairs, isn’t it? What is so much sadder and actually scarey is that passerbys who watched this taking place did nothing to intervene in the least bit to stop it. . . . → Read More: LAW ABIDING CITIZENS: DON’T BE THE NEXT KELLY THOMAS
“Cowards die many times before their deaths; The valiant never taste of death but once. – William Shakespeare” One of the most despicable acts of a man is to stand by watching another person being beat to death, a woman raped, or any type of a crime committed against another without trying to help. . . . → Read More: WHAT WOULD WAYNE DO?
(Excerpt From Under the Rocks They Crept) Well, we see that Judge Holland doesn’t mind a little backdoor action, so why in the heck would he fault the same type of crimes by the Merced County Boys? Holland does the same thing himself. Obviously, Holland didn’t feel that a reasonable person would be able to see how full of horse-poop his ruling is, and/or better yet, as far as he thinks, there is nothing that a person can do about what he did. . . . → Read More: JUDGE LESLEY HOLLAND: NO “DYKE” PROBLEM