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Messianic Jews say they are persecuted in Israel

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Since: Dec 13

Arlington Heights, IL

#64834 Dec 30, 2013
Abolish The Fed wrote:
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So who do you think is guarding the public trust when it comes to complaints on attorneys?
All states have a complaint system. IL it is done through an administrative agency set up by the Supreme Court with the Supreme Court as the final decision maker.

2012 report from IL

GRIEVANCES AND FORMAL DISCIPLINARY CHARGES
During 2012, the ARDC docketed 6,397 investigations, a 3.9% increase from the
prior year and the highest number of docketed investigations since 1996. Much of the
increase is attributable to a Supreme Court rule requiring financial institutions to report
any overdraft on a lawyer’s trust account. In 2012, the ARDC received 421 such reports.
More than half of all grievances filed involved issues of poor attorney-client relations,
typically neglect of a client matter (38% of all grievances) or failure to communicate with
a client (20% of all grievances). Consistent with prior years, the top practice areas likely
to attract a grievance include criminal law, domestic relations, tort, and real estate.

DISCIPLINARY SANCTIONS
During 2012, the Supreme Court entered 103 sanctions against 102 lawyers (one
lawyer was disciplined twice in 2012). The Court suspended an additional 7 lawyers on
an emergency basis. Cook County practitioners accounted for 43% of all disciplined
lawyers. Approximately 22% of those disciplined in 2012 had one or more identified
substance abuse or mental impairment issues. About 88% of sanctioned lawyers were
sole practitioners.

Since: Dec 13

Arlington Heights, IL

#64835 Dec 30, 2013
JOEL THUMBS UP wrote:
<quoted text>

Hugh criticizes gay behavior but has always said that gays like everyone else should enjoy equal rights without discrimination and so in this way Hugh's views on homosexuality are saner and far more civilized than the foul preachings of those Hebrew villains and the monster they worshipped.
The above is not correct. Hugh supports criminal sanctions. He supports Jamaican practice of looking the other way when attacks on gays occur. He supports the ability of employers and landlords to discriminate against gays.

Yumpin Yimminy

“Yee vizz”

Since: Dec 12

Central Connecticut

#64836 Dec 30, 2013
Frijoles wrote:
<quoted text>
Ho Ho Ho!
Stay and visit awhile!
Way above my comprehension capacity. I check in and out. LOL

“Legumes of the World Unite ”

Since: Sep 11

Location hidden

#64837 Dec 30, 2013
ericfromchi wrote:
<quoted text>Oh my. Where do we begin?

It seems like you had a bad run in with the law that soared you.
to put it mildly

And thats assuming he is telling the truth.

JOEL THUMBS UP

Since: May 13

Location hidden

#64838 Dec 30, 2013
ericfromchi wrote:
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The above is not correct. Hugh supports criminal sanctions. He supports Jamaican practice of looking the other way when attacks on gays occur. He supports the ability of employers and landlords to discriminate against gays.
I don't know what Hugh has said to you in the matter of treatment of homosexuality and I can't take your word since you're crafty and deceitful.

In my exchanges with Hugh on the subject of homosexuality, he's told me plainly that he does not support discrimination or violence against homos.

JOEL THUMBS UP

Since: May 13

Location hidden

#64839 Dec 30, 2013
ericfromchi wrote:
<quoted text>

The above is not correct. Hugh supports criminal sanctions. He supports Jamaican practice of looking the other way when attacks on gays occur. He supports the ability of employers and landlords to discriminate against gays

.
Where discrimination, violence and murder of gays are concerned, why don't you first condemn the Tanach for teaching nonsense against homosexuality and calling for the death penalty against gays?

The Tanach is the source of evil that has promoted hatred, persecution and murder of gays and so any sane person would first target the Tanach for its savagery and ignorance.

It makes little sense to condemn Hugh's homophobia since he derives his morals and logic from the perverted rants of the Tanach.

JOEL THUMBS UP

Since: May 13

Location hidden

#64840 Dec 30, 2013
Hugh,

Where are you?

Come online.

I wish to take your opinion in a personal matter...

Since: May 12

Location hidden

#64841 Dec 30, 2013
JOEL THUMBS UP wrote:
<quoted text>
I'd rather believe Benazir Bhutto than your Western media manipulated by vested interests - the war on terror too has turned into a big hoax.
Hey, most intelligent being that the absolute has ever manifested, two wrongs don't make one right. I thought you already knew such a basic concept, but I guess I have overstimated your intellectual capacities.
JOEL THUMBS UP wrote:
<quoted text>You have the evidence to prove that Iraq had WMDs?
You have evidence to show us what the principle of life is?
You have evidence to show that sentience is a product of insentience as asserted by fools in the West?
I repeat once again, any affermation supported by nothing are worthless.

Since: Dec 13

Arlington Heights, IL

#64842 Dec 30, 2013
JOEL THUMBS UP wrote:
<quoted text>
I don't know what Hugh has said to you in the matter of treatment of homosexuality and I can't take your word since you're crafty and deceitful.
In my exchanges with Hugh on the subject of homosexuality, he's told me plainly that he does not support discrimination or violence against h------s.
I love it. You can use the h word but it won't let me use it in reply.

Anyway--no discrimination at your end. You just use the h word.

Since: Dec 13

Arlington Heights, IL

#64843 Dec 30, 2013
JOEL THUMBS UP wrote:
Hugh,
Where are you?
Come online.
I wish to take your opinion in a personal matter...
He's licking his wounds--among other things.

Since: May 12

Location hidden

#64844 Dec 30, 2013
TYPO:

1) Hey, most intelligent being that the absolute has ever manifested, two wrongs don't make one right. I thought you already knew such a basic concept, but I guess I have overstimated your intellectual capacities.

2) I repeat once again, any affermation supported by nothing IS worthless.

“Legumes of the World Unite ”

Since: Sep 11

Location hidden

#64845 Dec 30, 2013
JOEL THUMBS UP wrote:
<quoted text>
Where discrimination, violence and murder of gays are concerned, why don't you first condemn the Tanach for teaching nonsense against homosexuality and calling for the death penalty against gays?
.
Ummm...probably because no one uses those lines literally, Or even figuratively. We can tell that you 1000 times and you still dont want to get it. No cure for stupidity or blindful hate on yourside, I guess.

On the other hand, Kenya, a Christian country advocates death for being gay. And Jamaica, effectively, does the same. But yet you would NEVER condemn those countries, being you just hate Jews.

“Act Interdimensional ly”

Since: Jan 08

Location hidden

#64846 Dec 30, 2013
Frijoles wrote:
<quoted text>....But yet you would NEVER condemn those countries, being you just hate Jews.
I would submit that Joel doesn't hate Jews and in fact wouldn't even recognize a Jew if one rode in his rickshaw.

He's here because he's desperate for someone, anyone, to acknowledge his ranting a and we're just foolish enough to do it.
Abolish The Fed

Newark, NJ

#64847 Dec 30, 2013
ericfromchi wrote:
<quoted text>Oh my. Where do we begin?
1. One of the biggest ways to get in trouble is to waive jury trial. If you do and lose, you wind up on appeal and worse where your client says that s/he had ineffective counsel. If you go to jury trial you have to convince 1 of 6 or 12 of innocence. On a bench trial you must convince a trained jurist that your client is innocent. Normally you go before a judge only where you have a case with a lot of emotional facts that you want a dispassionate judge to hear.
2. Prosecutors are to do justice also. But just because a witness lied once doesn't mean that s/he lied again.
3. That's why we have speedy trial rules. If the defense wants a trial in a hurry they can have it. In IL if there is an indictment, that is sufficient cause probable cause to bind a defendant to trial. Without an indictment, the defendant is entitled to a probable cause hearing unless it is waived (which it usually is). Remember OJ had a probable cause hearing.
It seems like you had a bad run in with the law that soared you.
No I didn't have a bad run in the law, the state of Connecticut has a horrible system.

Point of fact is that if there is an obvious mitigating factor that would let an innocent man go free, you bring out that fact you don't draw it to jury selection.
Also the case in point the so called victim lied about a previous same type of scenario.

That is just one case, there are hundreds.

Here a defendant is charged by information alone, which is nothing but a blank piece of paper listing the statute number and the charge and is never signed by the prosecution.
Essential facts? None.
No need for a probable cause determination if you are out on bond.
You know there is a warrant requirement for a reason, an arrest without a warrant is supposed to be presumptively unreasonable.
So much for due process here in liberal land.
Abolish The Fed

Newark, NJ

#64848 Dec 30, 2013
ericfromchi wrote:
<quoted text>All states have a complaint system. IL it is done through an administrative agency set up by the Supreme Court with the Supreme Court as the final decision maker.
2012 report from IL
GRIEVANCES AND FORMAL DISCIPLINARY CHARGES
During 2012, the ARDC docketed 6,397 investigations, a 3.9% increase from the
prior year and the highest number of docketed investigations since 1996. Much of the
increase is attributable to a Supreme Court rule requiring financial institutions to report
any overdraft on a lawyer’s trust account. In 2012, the ARDC received 421 such reports.
More than half of all grievances filed involved issues of poor attorney-client relations,
typically neglect of a client matter (38% of all grievances) or failure to communicate with
a client (20% of all grievances). Consistent with prior years, the top practice areas likely
to attract a grievance include criminal law, domestic relations, tort, and real estate.
DISCIPLINARY SANCTIONS
During 2012, the Supreme Court entered 103 sanctions against 102 lawyers (one
lawyer was disciplined twice in 2012). The Court suspended an additional 7 lawyers on
an emergency basis. Cook County practitioners accounted for 43% of all disciplined
lawyers. Approximately 22% of those disciplined in 2012 had one or more identified
substance abuse or mental impairment issues. About 88% of sanctioned lawyers were
sole practitioners.
Here a bunch of lawyers guarding a bunch of lawyers, the foxes guarding the hen house.

JOEL THUMBS UP

Since: May 13

Location hidden

#64849 Dec 30, 2013
Frijoles wrote:
<quoted text>

On the other hand, Kenya, a Christian country advocates death for being gay. And Jamaica, effectively, does the same.

But yet you would NEVER condemn those countries, being you just hate Jews.
Kenya should be condemned for recommending the death rap for gays.

At the same time, where does Kenya derive its moral values from?

Obviously, Kenya derives its moral values from the Tanach.

So, condemn the Tanach in the first place and then go after Kenya.

It's as logical as this.

I hate braindead perverts and demon worshippers.

yehoshooah adam

“Here again in The Torah”

Since: Nov 13

Denver Colorado 80218

#64850 Dec 30, 2013
Frijoles wrote:
<quoted text>
Speaking from a practical perspective, I think what keeps people honest in my industry is the fact that no client is really worth the damage to ones reputation. I cant speak for my fellow professionals, but I make far more money by being potentially hirable in the future by the general public due to being reputable, than I ever would by unethically favoring a client for a single project.
rabbee: most problems arise, when somebody hires you do it and find the results they want. how do you, handle that Mr Bean? in other words, we want you to find in our favor. regardless of whether it is true or false.

JOEL THUMBS UP

Since: May 13

Location hidden

#64851 Dec 30, 2013
ericfromchi wrote:
<quoted text>

I love it. You can use the h word but it won't let me use it in reply.

Anyway--no discrimination at your end. You just use the h word.
ha ha ha

What's that?

Following religious mumbo jumbo is futile and dangerous and creates a major setback to the further evolution of consciousness and so be careful about the object of your worship.

What I mean is that one should have healthy role models and not evil perverts like some Babylonian monster called G-d or some barbarian patriarchs like Abraham or Moses who're unfit to tie the shoe laces of say even a fool like Mahatma Gandhi.

Anyway, best regards to you and family.

Since: Dec 13

Arlington Heights, IL

#64852 Dec 30, 2013
Abolish The Fed wrote:
<quoted text>
Here a bunch of lawyers guarding a bunch of lawyers, the foxes guarding the hen house.
Show me where that it doesn't work in IL

JOEL THUMBS UP

Since: May 13

Location hidden

#64853 Dec 30, 2013
ericfromchi wrote:
<quoted text>

He's licking his wounds--among other things

.
Nah, Hugh's most probably in a beauty salon getting his entire body waxed in preparation for New Year's eve celebration with his boyfriend.

I guess Frijoles, the braindead Drag Queen, is busy choosing which cheap three-piece suit to wear for the New Year's eve bash to be held in his boyfriend's garage.

ha ha ha

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