Jeff is a mean boss
28th July 2002
Will it shut him up?? No, but he can never again practice law...
In a four-page written order, the Florida Supreme Court today affirmed a referee's recommendation to permanently disbar controversial Miami attorney Jack Thompson. The action means that Thompson is no longer licensed to practicaw and may not apply for reinstatement. Noting not only Thompson's misconduct but that he displayed a "complete lack of remorse," the Court quoted from the report of Judge Dava Tunis, who served as referee at Thompson's 2007 trial on charges brought by the Florida Bar:In her report, the referee states: Over a very extended period of time involving a number of totally unrelated cases and individuals, [r]espondent has demonstrated a pattern of conduct to strike out harshly, extensively, repeatedly and willfully to simply try to bring as much difficulty, distraction and anguish to those he considers in opposition to his causes. He does not proceed within the guidelines of appropriate professional behavior, but rather uses other means available to intimidate, harass, or bring public disrepute to those whom he perceives oppose him.
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I pretend to do stuff.
16th January 2004
Finally. Justice at long last.
I would die without GF
25th March 2005
wow, it's been a long time but they finally god him. It would be hilarious that massive children becomes violent now because of games :D
Lord of the Peach
19th April 2004
S.T.A.L.K.E.R.;4598377Will it shut him up?? No, but he can never again practice law...
Since he no longer has certification in a field, what he says won't have much punch with people. People are much more willing to listen and believe you when you have some form of certification, which conveys that you are educated on the subject.
It is like being a administrator. Most of what an admin says on here is taken as truth(minus what n0e says, he is just BS). Members who have the same amount of posts and rep don't get taken as seriously.
Nature's best screw up.
27th July 2005
He wants to finish a case with an innocent guy in jail before they disbar him, so he appealed. I agree with him on that point, but, thank you god, Supreme Court of Florida. You get one billion internets as a prize for what you have done today.
Heaven's gonna burn your eyes
16th April 2005
Who wants some cake?
He wants to finish a case with an innocent guy in jail before they disbar him, so he appealed.
But one of the conditions is that he can no longer appeal - because an appeal must be done by a member in good standing (and he is neither a member nor in good standing). Well, he's got 30 days to clean up his desk, pass on whatever clients he has, and close down his office.
We will rule you
17th August 2007
*light showers gamers world wide while a chorus play haleljuah (whatever...) in the background*
28th December 2004
I had enough of his blabbering >:#