COURT NEWS: Attorney Grievance Commission vs Jason Edward Rheinstein

COURT NEWS: Attorney Grievance Commission vs Jason Edward Rheinstein CLICK ABOVE TO VIEW VIDEO The Attorney Grievance Commission of Maryland’s Bar Counsel Lydia Lawless lays out a compelling case for the disbarment of Jason Edward Rheinstein for various acts which she describes in detail. Defense attorney Craig Brodsky roars like a lion in the defense …

Maryland Court of Appeals Decision to Disbar Melinda Maldonado

CLICK to play video, scroll down for text of decision to disbar by COA THIS WAS A POLITICAL HIT AGAINST ME Melinda Maldonado – addressing the Maryland Court of Appeals as she began her presentation to prevent being disbarred Attorney Grievance Commission of Maryland v. Melinda Maldonado, Misc. Docket AG No. 11, September Term, 2017.  …

DWI HIT PARADE: Maryland State Police DUI arrest by Salisbury Barrack during May 2019

DWI HIT PARADE: Maryland State Police DUI arrest by Salisbury Barrack during May 2019 Troopers from the Maryland State Police Salisbury Barrack made the following arrests for DUI during the month of May 2019: Gerald Lewis Elston Jr., 38, of Salisbury, Md. Kerry Wade Banks, 37, of 316 Locust Street, Crisfield, Md., arrested for driving …

Defrocked Lawyers: Attorney Jonathan David Robbins disbarred for fleecing clients and making the state’s bar look unprofessional…and crooked

Attorney Grievance Commission of Maryland v. Jonathan David Robbins, INTRODUCTION:  The Maryland Court of Appeals published their Ruling on this case of Disbarment of Jonathan David Robbins on April 3, 2019.  The attorney representing Robbins gave a sterling representation for his client, Robbins, in requesting more time and for the matter to be set aside …

MARYLAND’S CROOKED LAWYERS: Attorney Grievance Commission of Maryland v. Jon A. Lefkowitz, Misc. Docket AG No. 29, September Term 2018. Opinion by Hotten, J.

MARYLAND’S CROOKED LAWYERS: Attorney Grievance Commission of Maryland v. Jon A. Lefkowitz, Misc. Docket AG No. 29, September Term 2018.  Opinion by Hotten, J.    The deceitful and dishonest nature of Respondent’s actions, as well as Respondent’s failure to show any level of remorse before the Court of Appeals, is prejudicial to the administration of …

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