Therefore, following that logic, if the provider provides GOOD services, he or she should not be blamed for it.
Especially that what constitutes the practice of law, is not clearly defined in the statutory law of any state within the United States.
Yet, in the glorious state of Pennsylvania, the state where:
- licensed attorneys are so afraid to do their duty to their clients and confront judicial misconduct to such a degree that they rather allowed the "Kids for Cash" scandal to happen rather than to expose it;
- the Attorney General of the State of Pennsylvania Kathleen Kane's law license was suspended with participation of the very judge (Eakin) who was the target of her investigation; Judge Eakin "resigned" (keeping his pension), his disciplinary case was prosecuted by the subordinates of his friend (who ultimately recused, but still remained the prosecutor's boss), and subordinates of Judge Eakin's friend successfully asked the court for leniency for Judge Eakin, to allow Judge Eakin to keep his pension - while Judge Eakin's decision to suspend Kathleen Kane's law license was not vacated -