Reported Misconduct Committed By Attorney Gilbert Walker In Rhode Island
Withholding evidence, perjury, suborning perjury, false court
documents etc. Sound like what criminals do?
Unfortunately this kind of conduct is common amongst Prosecutors
when they want to win a case against you. What about deals
made between the state and witnesses? Shouldn't all the
above be properly dealt with by your attorney? Well, it
usually isn't. Did Atty. Walker do his job in the case
DeWitt asserts Atty. Walker was so affected by false media
reports and the pressures of a criminal case that he was unable to
adequately represent Mr. DeWitt. Mr. DeWitt also asserts
Atty. Walker assassinated his character in a response to Mr.
DeWitts complaint to the RISC Disciplinary
Board instead of dealing the the assertions of misconduct in
Mr. DeWitts complaint.
Caught.net note: It is common for lawyers to "notify" the judge when a litigant files an ethics complaint against them. They want the court to know you are a "problem" litigant.
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