From Wolfgram's disbarment involuntary deactivation:ProudObot wrote:Any explanation as to how and why Dr. T. hasn't received the same ruling? Shirley the CA Bar Court must be aware of her numerous and well-documented mental health issues.
There's also a matter in which Wolfgram was found in an off-limits area of a courthouse, and he refused to leave.The November 1990 notice to show cause (“notice”) based its determination of probable cause on several instances of [Wolfgram's] conduct at an October 25, 1990, State Bar Court status conference in another pending original disciplinary proceeding. The notice alleged that at the status conference, [Wolfgram] stated that he was unable, due to depression, to concentrate and remember matters such as due dates for documents, court appearances and appointments. [Wolfgram] told the hearing judge that he had to request his clients to remind him of due dates in their matters so that [Wolfgram] would not miss them. The notice also alleged that [Wolfgram] told the judge that he did not have time to represent himself because he was without energy and unable to concentrate. Further, the notice alleged that, at the status conference, [Wolfgram] appeared to be in tenuous emotional control, appearing to over-react to statements not meant to be provocative and that certain of his responses were circuitous and repetitive. The judge noted that [Wolfgram's] written submissions also seemed circuitous and repetitive with unexplained references to persons and events. The notice then cited additional examples of related behavior of [Wolfgram] which could be an indication of mental illness.
[Wolfgram] was evaluated by two experts appointed by the State Bar Court . . . .
So there was, like, professional examination and stuff in Wolfgram's case.