HELP JEFF MOFFATT OUR SYSTEM IS OVERRUN WITH FRAUDS POSING AS JUDGES

WHAT AMERICANS NEED TO UNDERSTAND IS OUR SYSTEM IS OVERRUN WITH FRAUDS AND CRIMINALS POSING AS JUDGES Jeffrey Moffatt was arrested 9-3-21 Friday on “Federal Grand Jury Criminal Indictment,” by DOJ Criminal Charges claiming “Wire Fraud.” What happened to Moffatt is nothing more than retaliation, because Moffatt exposed Arizona’s “Judicial Imposter,” Judge William J. ONeil sat on the AZ Supreme Court bench, who claimed to disbar Moffatt, which was nothing more than a continued political hit job. Since AZ Supreme Court Judge O’Neil is a “Judicial Imposter” the alleged Disbarment Order against Moffatt, by O’Neil, dated 04/19/2016, is “Null and Void.” Moffatt lives by upholding the quote – “If a law is unjust, a man is not only right to disobey it, he is obligated to do so.” ~ Thomas Jefferson. As such Moffatt did not have to obey the bogus Disbarment Order by O’Neil dated 4/19/2016 and he went on with business as usual. Additionally AZ “Judicial Imposter,” O’Neil, has even made decisions on some past Death Row cases. Did you know the AZ Supreme Court injected itself into Moffatt’s 2016 Congressional Race? When have you ever heard of… 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