Lawyer Literally Shocks Witness In Court, Gets In Big Trouble With Judge
The incident occurred when attorney Don Howarth of the Los Angeles law firm Howarth & Smith questioned A.P. Meliopoulos , an expert witness called by the opposing counsel, about testimony regarding a 1.5 volt AAA battery.
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#1 May 11, 2014
IN REGARD TO THE ARTICLES THAT HAVE BEEN PUBLISHED IN REGARD TO CALIFORNIA LAWYER DON HOWARTH, AND WHO HAS BEEN ACCUSED OF: ONE, CAUSING A WITNESS TO BE ZAPPED WITH AN ELECTRIC SHOCK; AND TWO, PRETENDING THAT THE ELECTRIC SHOCK WAS ONLY 1.5 VOLTS WHEN IT WAS REALLY 750 VOLTS.
Due to having been a whistleblower, I am familiar with the "standards" and "integrity" of most lawyers, and especially California lawyers (the totally corrupt California State Bar, and which pretends to regulate, monitor, and enforce standards for California's lawyers, is actually a totally sleazy joke), so really there is absolutely nothing, and no matter how extremely sleazy, that a California lawyer could do that would surprise me.
And while lawyers like to collectively refer to themselves as the legal profession, however most lawyers are not members of any legitimate profession, but instead are members of a sleazy mafia of drunks, drug addicts, scumbags, embezzlers, money launderers, professional pathological liars, and common criminals hiding behind law licenses.
NOTE: One of the dirty little secrets of the "legal" profession, and since it is a secret you have to promise not to tell anybody, is that lawyers have far and away the highest rates of alcoholism and drug abuse - and also of divorce, suicide, and domestic violence - of any major profession. So next time a member of the "legal" profession tries to feed you the standard lawyers' lies and garbage, ask that particular lawyer whether he, and just like an extremely high percentage of the members of the "legal" profession, is on drugs, since only a person who was on drugs and/or suffering from extreme mental retardation could believe such nonsense.
#2 May 12, 2014
If California lawyer Don Howarth did what he has been accused of, in other words: one, arranging to have a witness zapped with an electric shock in court; and two, and supposedly also pretending that a 750 volt electric shock was only a 1.5 volt electric shock - then he was merely upholding and maintaining the "standards" of the California State Bar, lawyers "regulated" by the CSB, and lawyers who have a Harvard "education."
The California State Bar, and which pretends to regulate CA's lawyers, and such as Don Howarth, and enforce, maintain, and uphold standards for California's lawyers, is actually one of the sleaziest, phoniest, and most corrupt organizations in the entire world.
Of course if the witness had died from the electric shock and the hearing had taken place in California rather than Nevada, then the totally corrupt CSB would have probably done an "investigation" to "prove" that the witness had died from old age, bad luck, or just by "coincidence," and rather than from being administered a 750 volt electric shock arranged by a lawyer.
To learn more about the "standards of California's lawyers, and who have even higher rates of drug addiction than lawyers as a whole, do Internet searches by typing in the terms: one, "Angela West" and "airport;" two, "Monica Marie Jenkins" and "airport" and "cocaine;" and three, "Nadia Lockyer" and "meth" and "child endangerment."
If Don Howarth did what he has been accused of concerning the witness who was zapped with a 750 volt electric shock while in court, then Howarth could always give us a big laugh by insisting that it is the first and only time he ever engaged in lies and fraud in a courtroom proceeding.
#3 May 12, 2014
Not surprisingly Don Howarth has a an AV/5.0 rating for integrity and legal ethics, in other words the very highest rating, from " Martindale.com ," and which pretends to monitor the nation's lawyers.
In fact if he is guilty of what he is suspected of, in other words: one, arranging to have a courtroom witness given an electrical shock; and two, also pretending that the shock was only 1.5 volts when it was supposedly actually 750 volts, then the totally corrupt California State Bar should arrange to have him appointed to be a special master.
While the totally corrupt CSB pretends that only lawyers who meet the very highest standards can be appointed to be special masters, however in reality it seems to prefer that some of the lawyers it appoints to be special masters are instead some of the very sleaziest and most corrupt lawyers to be found anywhere.
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