Q: I hired attorneys not sober I got evidence cant I suspend their licences bar. They took advantage of me stole money.
Should I notify fbi or cops to incomphiscate incarcerate them all. They stole alot of money from me doing white collar crime fruad scheme. Civil rights where can I hire a pro bono attorney at.
A: more info needed.
if they did something criminally wrong you should call the local police
AND The State Bar of California.
the Bar will investigate and take their license if warranted.
A: Sorry to hear that you believe that you were treated this way by attorneys. The California Bar Association has an office that investigates claims against Attorneys that violate the rules of professional ethics. Practicing law when not sober enough to be competent would be such a violation. The Bar has a website that you can go to for information on how to bring such a claim, you should go to it and file a claim. The Bar also is very big on policing its own, particularly with substance abuse problems. Practicing law is a high stress occupation, and many attorneys follow a path to a dark side that involves substance abuse. The Bar has programs to get those attorneys back on the right track and they may be able to help the attorneys. As I recall, there is also a fund against which you could make a claim that could compensate you for harm done to you by an attorney in this situation. Again, the Bar website is a good place to start. If you want your own attorney, look for a Legal Malpractice specialist.
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A: You can make a complaint with the California State Bar- the agency that licenses, and disciplines lawyers, and can suspend or revoke their law license. You can also contact a Tort/ Personal Injury cases to see about suing in civil court- There is no cost to you, unless they win ( a contingency fee agreement).
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