Attorney Misfits by State Committee to Expose Dishonest and Incompetent Attorney and Judges. Ever Been Victimized by a Dishonest/Incompetent Attorney or Judge? http://www.noethics.net/News/index.php?option=com_content&view=section&id=7&Itemid=100 Mon, 14 Oct 2019 10:15:36 +0000 Joomla! 1.5 - Open Source Content Management en-gb ► Alabama Bar Assn Sample Ethics Question http://www.noethics.net/News/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=22942:-alabama-bar-assn-sample-ethics-question&catid=132:alabama-attorney-misfits&Itemid=100 http://www.noethics.net/News/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=22942:-alabama-bar-assn-sample-ethics-question&catid=132:alabama-attorney-misfits&Itemid=100 Alabama Bar Assn Sample Ethics Question


The following ethical dilemma appeared on a recent Alabama Bar Association approved bar exam.
  • As the result of a consultation with a client an attorney advised the client that the fee will be $100.
  • The client reaches in his pocket and hands the attorney what he believes is a crisp $100 bill.
  • Shortly after the client leaves the office, the attorney realizes that there was really two (2) $100 bills that were stuck together.
The ethical question is as follows:
  • Does the attorney have to tell his partner about the extra $100 bill?
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dave@manderes.com (Dave Palmer) Alabama Sat, 25 May 2019 22:26:50 +0000
► Texas’ 2018 Attorney Workforce Infestation Rate http://www.noethics.net/News/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=23197:x&catid=175:texas-attorney-misfits&Itemid=100 http://www.noethics.net/News/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=23197:x&catid=175:texas-attorney-misfits&Itemid=100 Texas’ 2018 Attorney Workforce Infestation Rate

 

As we speak (ca. 2018) the population in Texas is 28,304,596. The number of licensed attorneys in Texas is 90,485. By comparison, there are only 64,602 practicing physicians (source: Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation). Put simply, there are well over 25,000 more attorneys running amok in Washington than there are licensed, practicing physicians.

 

The infestation of lawyers in Texas reminds one of the damage folks there suffer from regarding the invasion of imported Boa Constrictors.

 

The citizens of Texas continue to suffer from an out of control birthrate among attorneys. Clearly, a reliable birth control device needs to be implemented to prevent unnecessary future births.

 

And lastly, from a personal point of view, do you believe that in the future you, a member of your family and/or a friend will find it necessary to seek the services of a physician or an attorney?

 

And lastly, it should be noted that there is one attorney for every 313 individuals residing in Texas. By contrast, there is one physician for every 438 residents of Texas.  

 

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dave@manderes.com (Dave Palmer) Texas Thu, 13 Jun 2019 00:46:10 +0000
► Alaska’s 2018 Attorney Workforce Infestation Rate http://www.noethics.net/News/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=23183:x&catid=133:alaska-attorney-misfits&Itemid=100 http://www.noethics.net/News/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=23183:x&catid=133:alaska-attorney-misfits&Itemid=100 Alaska’s 2018 Attorney Workforce Infestation Rate

 

As we speak the population in Alaska is 739,795. The number of licensed attorneys in Alaska is 2,311. By comparison, there are only 1,900 practicing physicians (source: Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation). Put simply, there are well over 400 more attorneys running amok in Alaska than there are licensed, practicing physicians.

 

The infestation of lawyers in Alaska reminds one of the damage folks there suffer from regarding the invasion of imported Boa Constrictors.

 

The citizens of Alaska continue to suffer from an out of control birthrate among attorneys. Clearly, a reliable birth control device needs to be implemented to prevent unnecessary future births.

 

And lastly, from a personal point of view, do you believe that in the future you, a member of your family and/or a friend will find it necessary to seek the services of a physician or an attorney?

 

And lastly, it should be noted that there is one attorney for every 338 individuals residing in Wyoming. By contrast, there is one physician for every 389 residents of Alaska.

 

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dave@manderes.com (Dave Palmer) Alaska Thu, 13 Jun 2019 00:46:10 +0000
► Arizona Bar Assn Sample Ethics Question http://www.noethics.net/News/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=22944:-arizona-bar-assn-sample-ethics-question&catid=134:arizona-attorney-misfits&Itemid=100 http://www.noethics.net/News/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=22944:-arizona-bar-assn-sample-ethics-question&catid=134:arizona-attorney-misfits&Itemid=100 ► Arizona Bar Assn Sample Ethics Question


The following ethical dilemma appeared on a recent Arizona Bar Association approved bar exam.
  • As the result of a consultation with a client an attorney advised the client that the fee will be $100.
  • The client reaches in his pocket and hands the attorney what he believes is a crisp $100 bill.
  • Shortly after the client leaves the office, the attorney realizes that there was really two (2) $100 bills that were stuck together.
The ethical question is as follows:
  • Does the attorney have to tell his partner about the extra $100 bill?
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dave@manderes.com (Dave Palmer) Arizona Sat, 25 May 2019 22:31:54 +0000
► Arkansas Bar Assn Sample Ethics Question http://www.noethics.net/News/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=22945:-arkansas-bar-assn-sample-ethics-question&catid=135:arkansas-attorney-misfits&Itemid=100 http://www.noethics.net/News/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=22945:-arkansas-bar-assn-sample-ethics-question&catid=135:arkansas-attorney-misfits&Itemid=100 ► Arkansas Bar Assn Sample Ethics Question


The following ethical dilemma appeared on a recent Arkansas Bar Association approved bar exam.
  • As the result of a consultation with a client an attorney advised the client that the fee will be $100.
  • The client reaches in his pocket and hands the attorney what he believes is a crisp $100 bill.
  • Shortly after the client leaves the office, the attorney realizes that there was really two (2) $100 bills that were stuck together.
The ethical question is as follows:
  • Does the attorney have to tell his partner about the extra $100 bill?
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dave@manderes.com (Dave Palmer) Arkansas Sat, 25 May 2019 22:33:09 +0000
► California’s 2018 Attorney Workforce Infestation Rate http://www.noethics.net/News/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=23198:x&catid=136:california-attorney-misfits&Itemid=100 http://www.noethics.net/News/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=23198:x&catid=136:california-attorney-misfits&Itemid=100 California’s 2018 Attorney Workforce Infestation Rate

 

As we speak (ca. 2018) the population in California is 39,536,653. The number of licensed attorneys in California is 190,204.

 

By comparison, there are only 112,906 practicing physicians (source: Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation). Put simply, there are well over 77,000 more attorneys running amok in Washington than there are licensed, practicing physicians.

 

The infestation of lawyers in California reminds one of the damage folks there suffer from regarding the invasion of imported Boa Constrictors.

The citizens of California continue to suffer from an out of control birthrate among attorneys. Clearly, a reliable birth control device needs to be implemented to prevent unnecessary future births.

 

And lastly, from a personal point of view, do you believe that in the future you, a member of your family and/or a friend will find it necessary to seek the services of a physician or an attorney?

 

And lastly, it should be noted that there is one attorney for every 208 individuals residing in California. By contrast, there is one physician for every 350residents of California.  

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dave@manderes.com (Dave Palmer) California Thu, 13 Jun 2019 00:46:10 +0000
► Colorado Bar Assn Sample Ethics Question http://www.noethics.net/News/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=22946:-colorado-bar-assn-sample-ethics-question&catid=137:colorado-attorney-misfits&Itemid=100 http://www.noethics.net/News/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=22946:-colorado-bar-assn-sample-ethics-question&catid=137:colorado-attorney-misfits&Itemid=100  Colorado Bar Assn Sample Ethics Question


The following ethical dilemma appeared on a recent Colorado Bar Association approved bar exam.
  • As the result of a consultation with a client an attorney advised the client that the fee will be $100.
  • The client reaches in his pocket and hands the attorney what he believes is a crisp $100 bill.
  • Shortly after the client leaves the office, the attorney realizes that there was really two (2) $100 bills that were stuck together.
The ethical question is as follows:
  • Does the attorney have to tell his partner about the extra $100 bill?
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dave@manderes.com (Dave Palmer) Colorado Sat, 25 May 2019 22:35:04 +0000
► Connecticut’s 2018 Attorney Workforce Infestation Rate http://www.noethics.net/News/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=23189:x&catid=138:connecticut-attorney-misfits&Itemid=100 http://www.noethics.net/News/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=23189:x&catid=138:connecticut-attorney-misfits&Itemid=100 Connecticut’s 2018 Attorney Workforce Infestation Rate

 

As we speak (ca. 2018) the population in Connecticut is 3,588,184. The number of licensed attorneys in Connecticut is 21,341. By comparison, there are only 15,605 practicing physicians (source: Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation). Put simply, there are well over 5,500 more attorneys running amok in Connecticut than there are licensed, practicing physicians.

 

The infestation of lawyers in Connecticut reminds one of the damage folks there suffer from regarding the invasion of imported Boa Constrictors.

The citizens of Connecticut continue to suffer from an out of control birthrate among attorneys. Clearly, a reliable birth control device needs to be implemented to prevent unnecessary future births.

 

And lastly, from a personal point of view, do you believe that in the future you, a member of your family and/or a friend will find it necessary to seek the services of a physician or an attorney?

 

And lastly, it should be noted that there is one attorney for every 168 individuals residing in Utah. By contrast, there is one physician for every 229 residents of Connecticut.  

 

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dave@manderes.com (Dave Palmer) Connecticut Thu, 13 Jun 2019 00:46:10 +0000
► Delaware Bar Assn Sample Ethics Question http://www.noethics.net/News/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=22948:-delaware-bar-assn-sample-ethics-question&catid=139:delaware-attorney-misfits&Itemid=100 http://www.noethics.net/News/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=22948:-delaware-bar-assn-sample-ethics-question&catid=139:delaware-attorney-misfits&Itemid=100 Delaware Bar Assn Sample Ethics Question


The following ethical dilemma appeared on a recent Connecticut Bar Association approved bar exam.
  • As the result of a consultation with a client an attorney advised the client that the fee will be $100.
  • The client reaches in his pocket and hands the attorney what he believes is a crisp $100 bill.
  • Shortly after the client leaves the office, the attorney realizes that there was really two (2) $100 bills that were stuck together.
The ethical question is as follows:
  • Does the attorney have to tell his partner about the extra $100 bill?
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dave@manderes.com (Dave Palmer) Delaware Sat, 25 May 2019 22:38:50 +0000
► DC Bar Assn Sample Ethics Question http://www.noethics.net/News/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=22949:-dc-bar-assn-sample-ethics-question&catid=140:district-of-columbia-attorney-misfits&Itemid=100 http://www.noethics.net/News/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=22949:-dc-bar-assn-sample-ethics-question&catid=140:district-of-columbia-attorney-misfits&Itemid=100 DC Bar Assn Sample Ethics Question


The following ethical dilemma appeared on a recent DC Bar Association approved bar exam.
  • As the result of a consultation with a client an attorney advised the client that the fee will be $100.
  • The client reaches in his pocket and hands the attorney what he believes is a crisp $100 bill.
  • Shortly after the client leaves the office, the attorney realizes that there was really two (2) $100 bills that were stuck together.
The ethical question is as follows:
  • Does the attorney have to tell his partner about the extra $100 bill?
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dave@manderes.com (Dave Palmer) District of Columbia Sat, 25 May 2019 23:41:21 +0000