Arkansas Citizen Participation in Government Act.16-63-502

Dec 30, 2005

Bequette & Billingsley, PA Little Rock, Arkansas: PLEASE TAKE R.I.C.O. FRAUD NOTICE:

This link shall play an important role in unveiling your Jim Crow enabling and defaming ways, you harassing relics of the racist Jim Crow past.
Profile any other minorities lately?
That's what 'dis Creole is lookin' fo', Uncle Charley, Sir!
You are on notice:
[10] When the client's course of action has already begun and is continuing, the lawyer's responsibility is especially delicate. The lawyer is required to avoid assisting the client, for example, by drafting or delivering documents that the lawyer knows are fraudulent or by suggesting how the wrongdoing might be concealed. A lawyer may not continue assisting a client in conduct that the lawyer originally supposed was legally proper but then discovers is criminal or fraudulent. The lawyer must, therefore, withdraw from the representation of the client in the matter. See Rule 1.16(a). In some cases, withdrawal alone might be insufficient. It may be necessary for the lawyer to give notice of the fact of withdrawal and to disaffirm any opinion, document, affirmation or the like. See Rule 4.1.