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    Government attorneys allegedly breaking the law have been reported.

    Attorneys have come under fire in numerous instances.

    In terms of the legislation they are sworn to uphold, those in the legal profession are frequently held to a high level.

    In 2919, U.S. Bianca Forde, an attorney, was arrested during a regular DUI checkpoint in Manhattan.

    Forde was riding shotgun with her boyfriend when they were stopped by police at around 12:15 in the morning; she wasn’t driving at the time.

    The New York Post at the time stated:

    “Assistant U.S. Attorney Bianco Forde found herself needing a defense lawyer Saturday when she was arrested for trying to keep cops from administering a sobriety test to her boyfriend in Hell’s Kitchen, police and sources told the Post.

    Forde – who works in the Criminal Division of the US Attorney’s Office in Washington, DC – jumped out of the car, which had Virginia plates, ignoring multiple police warnings to stay inside the vehicle.

    She then began imploring her beau not to submit to the test, according to police, who said that she appeared to have been drinking.

    According to prosecutors, Forde tried to use her prestigious job to intimidate officers – falsely telling them that she didn’t have to listen to them because she is an attorney.

    Her 40-year-old boyfriend eventually submitted to the test – passed, and was not arrested, the police say.

    Instead, it was Forde – who flailed her arms in the air as police attempted to cuff her – who was arrested, police said.

    Forde was arraigned in Manhattan /Criminal Court on Saturday night [2019] on a trio of charges: obstructing governmental administration, resisting arrest, and failure to obey police officers.”

    In that situation, the lawyer who was breaking the law was charged properly.

    A recent DUI case that also involved a U.S. attorney is still in progress.

    In a another instance, the DOJ inspector general claimed that an assistant U.S. attorney who was not identified abused their position after being stopped by police while driving “under the influence of alcohol,” according to an inquiry summary that was made public on Monday.

    “The OIG investigation found that the AUSA had engaged in misuse of position when referring to the AUSA’s title in an attempt to influence local police officers during a traffic stop.

    The OIG investigation also found that the AUSA engaged in conduct that was prejudicial to the government, including ignoring instructions, cursing at officers, and kicking the door of the patrol vehicle, in violation of federal ethics regulations,” according to the executive summary.

    It continued, “The OIG investigation also determined that the AUSA had been driving a personal vehicle while under the influence of alcohol.”

    There is still no reported information concerning the ongoing case.

    A unexpected development is currently taking place with yet another case of unethical activity by a government attorney.

    A date has been accused of being molested by an assistant US attorney.

    After receiving information from the Executive Office for the United States Attorneys, the DOJ Inspector General’s Office opened an inquiry into the anonymous assistant U.S. attorney (EOUSA).

    The assistant U.S. attorney, according to the EOUSA, “had exposed the AUSA’s genitals while in a public place and had sexually assaulted a civilian while on a date.”

    The anonymous Assistant U.S. Attorney displayed their genitalia in a public setting and coerced the civilian to touch them, in violation of state law and federal off-duty conduct guidelines, the DOJ Inspector General’s Office reported on Monday.

    Therefore, it was decided that the lawyer DID break those particular laws.

    In the offices of U.S. attorneys, assistants are employed. federal criminal prosecutors are attorneys.

    According to the Inspector General’s Office, it transmitted its report on the situation to the DOJ Office of Professional Responsibility and the Executive Office for the United States Attorneys so that proper action might be taken.

    More on this story via The Republic Brief:

    The attorney in question was found to have “lacked candor in discussing this incident” with the office.

    In other words, there was little or no cooperation and apparently no remorse.

    “Unless otherwise noted, the OIG applies the preponderance of the evidence standard in determining whether Department of Justice personnel have committed misconduct,” the Inspector General’s Office added. Continue reading…

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