We’ve joined forces with Lawless America Bill Windsor

William M. Windsor has driven to all 50 states interviewing and filming over 2,000 victims of government, judicial, and law enforcement corruption. He has posted thousands of videos to LAWLESS AMERICA YOU TUBE and has published thousands of articles at LAWLESSAMERICA.COM. He and 300 victims met in Washington, DC and personally presented testimony to Congress using DVDs of the testimony Bill gathered nationwide. His tireless efforts to expose corruption put a giant target on his back, and he’s been jailed unlawfully, endured hundreds of death threats, and survived attempted murder. He lost his family due to fear, and he took a break from his efforts, but in September 2021, he is back with full force. His Facebook page is billwindsor1 About William M. Windsor I began my career as a junior at Texas Tech University. I became involved in the T-shirt business in college, and after several years as a retailer, wholesaler, and manufacturer, I launched the trade magazine and trade show for the industry. I am considered by many to be the father of the multi-billion dollar “imprinted sportswear industry.” I started other magazines and shows, and sold the… Read More

RULES OF PROFESSIONAL CONDUCT Chapter 1 Lawyer-Client Relationship Rules 1.1 – 1.18

Rule 1.1 Competence (a) A lawyer shall not intentionally, recklessly, with gross negligence, or repeatedly fail to perform legal services with competence. (b) For purposes of this rule, “competence” in any legal service shall mean to apply the (i) learning and skill, and (ii) mental, emotional, and physical ability reasonably* necessary for the performance of such service. (c) If a lawyer does not have sufficient learning and skill when the legal services are undertaken, the lawyer nonetheless may provide competent representation by (i) associating with or, where appropriate, professionally consulting another lawyer whom the lawyer reasonably believes* to be competent, (ii) acquiring sufficient learning and skill before performance is required, or (iii) referring the matter to another lawyer whom the lawyer reasonably believes* to be competent. (d) In an emergency a lawyer may give advice or assistance in a matter in which the lawyer does not have the skill ordinarily required if referral to, or association or consultation with, another lawyer would be impractical. Assistance in an emergency must be limited to that reasonably* necessary in the circumstances. Comment [1] This rule addresses only a lawyer’s responsibility for his or… Read More