Lawyers & Judges Retire To Make Investigations Disappear

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Cook Co. Criminal CourtRetiring to make misconduct investigations disappear is a common strategy.  Most recently, Donad Trump’s older sister, Maryanne Trump Barry, retired as a federal appellate judge, ending an investigation into whether she violated judicial conduct rules by participating in fraudulent tax schemes with her siblings.    Retiring as a Judge, Trump’s Sister Ends Court Inquiry Into Her Role in Tax Dodges

daley-center-chicago___10103111694Though it doesn’t get the big media coverage, Family Court lawyers and judges do the same, effectively ending Attorney Registration And Disciplinary Commission (ARDC) or Judicial Inquiry Board (JIB) investigations.   Judges simply wait to qualify for their life-long taxpayer-funded government pensions first.  How convenient for them.

Meanwhile, their hard working, mostly middle class victims are left financially and emotionally devastated by their exploitation.  Many family court corruption victims end up with Legal Abuse Syndrome, a variant of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.

Child Rep Natalie Koga Confronted With Eye-Witness To Her Corruption

It is interesting that three key people from my case abruptly “retired” around the same time. Judge Levinson retired a year early, around the same time that the child representative, Natalie Koga (age 52) retired, as well as Elliot Heidelberger. Levinson & Heidelberger both retired on the very same day. Another attorney, Meg Jackson, was left off the ARDC lawyer registration for awhile, then came back with a different first name – “Mary Elizabeth”, and moved her practice to a different county.

Just hope Natalie Koga finds something else to do, instead of terrorizing mothers and children.” – Another Chicago attorney who read my case

nooseAlso interesting is the cyber-stalking and threats trying to intimidate me into taking down this website prior to their retirements.  Excerpts from emails sent to me for over a year:  “Sadly, cancer just isn’t (in)humane enough and it isn’t gonna work. I’m sure there are many alternatives for your consideration. One old standby that practically everyone is familiar with is hanging. Almost everyone knows how to tie a knot. Rope is easy to find, and much more definite…It should be easy for you to figure this whole suicide thing out…I think drop hanging would be preferable to suspension based hanging due to your lack of dexterity, and longstanding disinclination towards physical labor. It’s easier!” 

daley-center-chicago___10103111694When a ship is sinking, rats jump ship.  So most likely, they were afraid of some inquiry by the ARDC, or JIB (and for the JIB, they made sure they were there long enough to collect their government pension.)  Most are not afraid of any inquiry because neither the ARDC or JIB really care about bad lawyers/judges.  They only care to get rid of those who make the profession look bad – that means either public (or soon to be made public) screwups, or those making the profession look bad by exposing the corruption.”  – A Chicago attorney who read my case

louis_d_brandeis“Publicity is justly commended as a remedy for social and industrial diseases. Sunlight is said to be the best of disinfectants; electric light the most efficient policeman.”  From the essay “Other People’s Money” by Supreme Court Justice Louis Brandeis, featured in Harper’s Weekly, December 20, 1913.  

Other People’s Money, Louis Brandeis