As soon as judges see the word "Neroni" on a pleading, they forget about the law, civility, decency or reasoning and act with a purpose - to show the Neroni's that they are below any possible law.
A number of judges in the Mokay case (read my post "the Mokay saga", here and here, and the early April posts for this year) disregarded the obvious problems with the case in order to push it forward, have my husband unlawfully disbarred and keep him disbarred, and that would be:
- suing on a rehashed non-existent cause of action - tortious interference with prospective rights of inheritance;
- suing on one testamentary instrument (oral) after probating another in another court;
- having one law firm represent in one action the tortfeasor and ihis alleged victims, while claiming attorney fees as sole damages in the action - just to name a few problems.