Here is my scan of federal trial cases where I am listed as a party.
There is no case filed in November of 2015 when I was suspended.
Yet, such a file - allegedly - exists.
I was suspended by the NDNY - allegedly - on November 18, 2015, while I was listed as attorney in good standing on November 20, 2015, documentary proof of which I submitted to that court in a filing.
I filed in NDNY a motion to vacate the "reciprocal" order of suspension based on a facially invalid order of suspension in state court (facially invalid because of a pre-judgment - the state court faulted me not to "admit misconduct" or "express remorse" at the time when the state court did not decide the issue of my liability).
Here is what I received today:
Note that the court assigned a case number to my attorney disciplinary "proceedings" in NDNY - 3:15-mc-00053-GTS.
This case number is not listed on Pacer, even though the case file contains a very public order of reciprocal suspension.
The way it is usually done is - the case file is public and is available on Pacer, the public entries in the case are also public and available on Pacer (like my order of suspension is supposed to be), and only the sealed entries are marked "sealed" and are not available for review of the public.
But, there is no such thing in federal courts as "sealed" secret court cases that do not even show on the court's docket, especially in a case of already PUBLICLY imposed attorney discipline - unless we turned into a dictatorship overnight that I was not aware of, and our courts turned into Star Chambers also overnight, ruled only by their own whim and not by judge's constitutional oaths of office.
Suddaby could choose to seal a case if he refused to review it on the merits. Yet, Suddaby gave me a "special solicitude", reviewed and decided the case on the merits.
And, where a motion challenging an order of public discipline is decided on the merits, it is a public record and may not be sealed.
So, I wonder, since I just unsealed Judge Suddaby's illegal order denying on the merits my motion to vacate his sua sponte order of PUBLIC suspension of my law license - will he now prosecute me for such unsealing?
Is it unlawful in this country to disobey an illegal court order?
The State of New York already tried to criminally prosecute me for unsealing an illegal sealing order of my state disciplinary case while it was pending. The State of New York obviously was very concerned about me blogging regarding my pending disciplinary case and misconduct of public authorities in that case.
Obviously, the Chief Judge of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of New York is similarly concerned, so concerned that he has sealed and hid the entire disciplinary case, containing public records.
A federal court and a federal judge is supposed to enforce federal constitutional rights of people who come before them.
Instead, Glenn Suddaby is copycatting the State of New York in violating them.
So, readers and researchers, here is a secret order in a secret attorney disciplinary case that imposed public discipline of reciprocal suspension.
I or my family will report on this blog if I am going to be arrested and prosecuted for unsealing it.
So far, I was threatened with an arrest:
- By disciplinary prosecutor Mary Gasparini - for violating my own privacy and for talking about my disciplinary case and her own (and the court's) misconduct, while the case was pending;
- By the Chenango County Supreme Court judge Kevin Dowd for not coming to trial because of a documented back injury (Dowd who has no medical license, criminally practiced medicine without a license and re-diagnosed me that I did not have back injury, was not in pain and could come, even if my doctor said I couldn't)