Lawyer Facing Suspension Defends Derogatory Remarks About Judge

, New Jersey Law Journal

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A New Jersey lawyer facing a six-month suspension for unseemly remarks about a state court judge at a deposition is asking the state Supreme Court to spare him—saying his comments were justified.

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  • Leno Ware

    The transcriber destroyed the audio tape which is the key to the situation. Why would she destroy the tape? Transcriber are known for putting whatever they want in the transcript. I have seen tainted transcripts on the federal level. The committee should not rely on her transcript; only on the audio tape. This case should be dismissed; the transcriber and the attorney should be bought up on fraud charges.
    Cannot produce concrete evidence no charges should stand.

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