I wrote how about the anti-Russian bigotry, too, about vicious attacks on me personally because I happened to invoke constitutional rights of criminal defendants in the United States:
- by the "general public" incited by the so-called "liberal press" that is embedding into the "general public"'s mind that indictments and arrests ARE evidence of guilt - if indictments and arrests are of somebody you hate, like Trump's associates, while the public does not realize that by such brainwashing their own right to an untainted and impartial jury pool is being irreversibly destroyed; some of the members of the public was so incited by my comment indicating that some evidence needs to be produced before claiming that the accused is already guilty went so far as suggesting that I should "shove a bottle of vodka up my lying ass", the scan is in the inerlinked blog article.
- by the public from the area where I practiced criminal defense law - there mentioning presumption of innocence of an accused of a heinous crime (arson, where the fire supposedly was the cause of death of a local former firefighter) earned me an unsophisticated label of "an asshole", and much more;
- from court personnel from New York - I was told by Dennis Quirk, the President of New York State Court Officers Association, that, if I do not like the statute, Civil Rights Law 50-a that was created to deliberately violate defendants' right to effective cross-examination by blocking access to records of police misconduct, I can just as well go to Moscow.
And, here are yet two other examples.
No, when you are a massage salon owner,
and you put a "haha" on a presumption of innocence comment,
it may be understandable.
Not all massage therapy salon owners may know about presumption of innocence, especially those who have enough time to surf Facebook during a business day - meaning, not good even in arranging a good busy massage business, right?
Well, no wonder:
But, when you are a lawyer, and a lawyer of 35 years, you are expected to have those interesting things called "attorney ethics" that would prevent you from calling females in general, and females you don't know even more - "commie hogs".
Not to mention - a minimal degree of competence that would prevent you to call people names for mentioning presumption of innocence of an accused in a criminal proceeding.
Attorney David J. Cowhey is not only a "dog bite" lawyer.
He is also an accomplished "New Jersey Motorcycle Lawyer", see? With his wife Victoria working for him as an office manager and his son David Jr. working for him as a legal assistant:
Why is he placing his legal assistant son on his picture as if he is part of a legal team though - I do not know.
And, why he does not put "attorney advertising" on his website describing his skills - as required by ethical rules - I do not know either.
And I know words "misogynist" and "bigot" that fit the #dogbiteattorneyDavidJCowhey and the #SouthJerseyMotorcycleAttorneyDavidJCowhey perfectly.
Potential customers, female colleagues, beware.