Friday, July 31, 2015

Let The Justice System Run Its Course


  • Mayor Goodman plans to "let the justice system run its course" before deciding whether to return $50,000 in campaign contributions from the mastermind of an international ponzi scheme. [RJ]
  • Stephen "Bowtie" Stubbs is going to plead guilty to a gross misdemeanor charge of unlawful notarization of a signature by a notary. [RJ]
  • Here's a look at the Ceasar's bankruptcy. [Vegas Inc.]

17 comments:

  1. I was looking forward to calling Stubbs a felon. Darn you justice system!

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    1. You can call him one anyway. Apparently in Nevada you can call someone a felon even if they aren't convicted, no less indicted, of a felony. Stubbs knows this better than anyone.

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  2. $47 million in "professional" fees in four and a half months. #impressive

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  3. Stephen Stubbs is a jerk-off who can't even follow the letter of law when it comes to notarizing a document. No one in their right mind would ever use this dumb-a$$ to handle anything more than a traffic ticket.

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    1. There are better traffic ticket firms. You can get a handy while you wait.

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    2. Now I want to Jaywalk or go 10 over. Plead it down and get a handy for a tip! Nice!

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    3. It is easy enough to find legitimate traffic lawyers in Las Vegas. Why take a chance that this bozo could lose the ticket?

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    4. I wouldn't trust him to get me out of a parking meter violation. Seriously, what a moron. He's an attorney and doesn't know the rules of being a notary? I suspect he really does and it's another lie to get out of his latest screw-up. It's this kind of clown attorney who gives all attorneys a bad name.

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    5. Stubbs had another bad day in court yesterday against Chief Finn in front of Judge Jessie Walsh. This judge was a real one and she smacked him down hard. I heard he was almost crying. I can't wait to read the transcript. I suspect this is just the beginning of bad days coming for this self-promoting jerk. What goes around comes around.

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    6. Dear Stubbs Hater. Take your chubb for him and go rub it out somewhere else. Enough is enough.

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    7. Hey 9:44 a.m. or should I say Stephen Stubbs - I am not a Stubbs hater, I just feel that both sides should be heard. He screams to all who will listen when he's won, but when he loses - crickets. Karma is a b---h isn't it?

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    8. 9:44am………can't because the "Stubb chubb" is in your hand.

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  4. NV BAR WEBSITE UPDATE: Looks like July 31 was too ambitious for the return of the Find-a-Lawyer webpage. But good news: "We anticipate a return to service in the near future."

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    1. It just worked for me except it looks like they're having issues with formatting as all the phone numbers are messed up.

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    2. Works in general. Phone number are messed up. The insurance information hasn't been input yet, but the links to the disciplinary files are there.

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  5. Our justice system has the runs.

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  6. Stephen Stubbs always alerts the media for any little thing. I wonder why he didn't put it out there that a District Court Judge found that Stubbs committed fraud upon the court? In Finn v. Stubbs et al, the attorney fee judgment he so enjoys bragging about, the entire judgment is being vacated and the court found:

    08/18/2015 10:00 AM

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    The Court FINDS clear and convincing evidence that there was constitutional fraud upon this Court which warrants the setting aside of the Default in Defendant's favor. Mr. Flanagan to prepare the Findings of Facts and Conclusions of Law regarding allegations of fraud upon the Court. Mr. Flanagan to run by counsel before submitting the Order to the Court. Court noted the fees and sanctions have previously been briefed by counsel and the Court will consider them.


    I would think the bar would be interested in this.

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