Michael Avenatti

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For completeness, I converted the doc to off and shrank down the size and posted it on my Scribd (it was still to big and I did not have time to adjust more). For those who think they have eye issues because it may seem a little blurry, sorry about that.

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The remarkable thing is that he still has funds to retain an attorney.
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Res Ipsa wrote:
Fri Jun 21, 2019 2:10 pm
The remarkable thing is that he still has funds to retain an attorney.
And I assume she was paid in full upfront ;)

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I know Ellen Pansky. She can do good work. She can vigorously defend a client. This ain't it.

The opposition is pathetic. Complaints that prosecutors have his files and he doesn't have access to them (no electronic records? please), vague claims that Avenatti may have been entitled to Barela's fees for some undisclosed other work Avenatti performed for him (really? what?), claims that Barela's contentions are unproven -- and that's pretty much it. No specific denials. No facts to counter the State Bar's showing. And, most significantly, not a peep about the altered or forged page from the Barela settlement agreement.

When Ellen Pansky doesn't have defenses she either stipulates or files something so vague that no one can contend she is misleading the court. (In this case the State Bar Court.) Ellen Pansky doesn't have any defenses for Avenatti.

There is a status conference now set for Monday. Either then or soon thereafter I think Avenatti is going to be enrolled as inactive. He's well on his way to disbarment.

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It seemed to me that the essential thrust of the response is that the present procedural vehicle is inappropriate. The half-made responses to the allegations strike me as a potpourri of things one might argue in a more extensive disciplinary procedure than this one.
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I suspect that "although the State Bar may be able to prove some level of minor misconduct..." isn't the kind of line that signals a strong case.
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I've been admitted into the speshul circle by Avenatti. Here's a current tweet. I wonder how long he'll do these until the thrill wears off.



I’m excited to announce that starting next Wednesday at 7pm PT, I will be hosting “In the Ring with Michael Avenatti” - broadcast on radio and via podcast every week with @TheVegasTake. We will cover politics, law, sports, and more. Let’s see who we can get in The Ring...

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Name doesn't work. Should be "The Shit Show"

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Like Jared Kushner, he's pretty much an expert on everything.



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Mikedunford wrote:
Fri Jun 21, 2019 4:42 pm
I suspect that "although the State Bar may be able to prove some level of minor misconduct..." isn't the kind of line that signals a strong case.
But "mostly unethical" is party ethical!

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He's not arguing to the case, he knows that ship has sailed. He's putting out an argument that will allow him to recruit stupid people later to whatever his brand turns out to be. Its a trick Trump taught him.

He's going to say "I got caught up in some technical thing about when I paid and money that was owed to me anyway, its was a mix up and they went after me to shut me up." And then he'll have a radio show, or sell survival food, or start a religion. Grifters grift.
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Maybe, Gregg, but that's going to be years from now. I think people will have forgotten him by the time he gets out of prison.

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Sure, its a long term plan. He's arrogant enough to think a Democratic President will give him a "Sheriff Joe?Asshole" Pardon post conviction but pre sentence and he'll never go to prison. Then its a show on CNN with a lead in from Andrew Coumo (who made him in the first place), a deal shucking Gold Bullion Investments and if nothing else, his own Scientology like religion....

It ain't gonna work, but he's got it all figured out.
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Gregg wrote:
Mon Jun 24, 2019 11:45 am

It ain't gonna work, but he's got it all figured out.
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Sterngard Friegen wrote:
Mon Jun 24, 2019 10:08 am
I think people will have forgotten him by the time he gets out of prison.
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Gregg wrote:
Mon Jun 24, 2019 9:43 am
He's not arguing to the case, he knows that ship has sailed. He's putting out an argument that will allow him to recruit stupid people later to whatever his brand turns out to be. Its a trick Trump taught him.

He's going to say "I got caught up in some technical thing about when I paid and money that was owed to me anyway, its was a mix up and they went after me to shut me up." And then he'll have a radio show, or sell survival food, or start a religion. Grifters grift.
Yes, there's a notable example of that which I am unfortunately familiar with. We have a local lawyer around here who maintains she is a victim of a wide-ranging conspiracy and that conspiracy somehow involves the State Bar, former clients, opposing attorneys on her cases, most of her former friends and associates, her automobile finance company, state and federal tax boards, and anyone who has publicly criticized her. She spouts this crap while running for office. Fortunately, most people either see through it, or have their own unrelated issues and don't vote for her. But it rolls on and on, and surprisingly, every election season there is a new group of dupes by her side proclaiming her a victim of the same supposed conspiracy.

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Like Orly Taitz, Avenatti is now re-living his greatest hits (and not mentioning the damage done to his own client):


Anyone who wants to criticize my approach relating to the filing of the Stormy Daniels case and utilization of the media should take a good, hard look at all of the other Trump accusers and the total exposure their claims received (or didn’t receive). It wasn’t an accident.

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He got lots of publicity but his client got a 6 figure legal bill from the other side. Was Avenatti's purpose to represent her or to get publicity for himself?

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"all of the other Trump accusers"

Of what did Daniels accuse Trump?
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Michael Avenatti's desperate attempt to remain relevant was appearing on some Internet show during the first Democratic debate. So far 691 views on YouTube. It helps to be "interviewed" by an Avenatti sycophant.


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He's the inverse of a Higgs Boson.
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Tiredretiredlawyer wrote:
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He's the inverse of a Higgs Boson.
Dark matter?

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Fecal matter.

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Sterngard Friegen wrote:
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Fecal matter.
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Tiredretiredlawyer wrote:
Mon Jul 01, 2019 6:38 pm
He's the inverse of a Higgs Boson.
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