By: Frank H. Guzman
One of the problems with our judicial system is that anyone can file a frivolous lawsuit. Just pay the filing fees and find an attorney who does not take the time to investigate and learn the truth about the facts.
The frivolity of this lawsuit is obvious: typically in these cases, one attaches a written agreement evidencing such agreement. And in all cases when an attorney undertakes representation, such undertaking is evidenced by a written Retainer Agreement. None exists in this case.
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A cheap-shot by RAMOS? MOST DEFINITE. His spin master DAVID ELLIS, puts it on Ramos’ website before the complaint is even filed. “She files” suit 11 days before the election, although the website has existed for months. Not a cheap shot? Guess who is representing UN, Beswick from Redlands who is not only a friend of Ramos but a contributor. This is how Ramos operates. However, by doing so, Ramos shot himself in the foot again. By this cheap-shot, Ramos confirms EVERYTHING that has been said about the sell-out of our justice system by his administration, as confirmed by Chief Deputy District Attorney, Gary Fagan in this case.
This case which was bound over for trial and the defendant was held to answer on 50 serious felonies after a lengthy preliminary hearing and was subsequently disposed of by, as Mr. Fagan put it, a “unique plea agreement”. Not a “sweet deal”? See if an average citizen charged with the same type of charges gets the same deal.
You can be assured, this frivolous lawsuit will be vigorously defended just like all my cases. We can’t wait to put this lady on the witness stand before 12 jurors and call Ramos and his spin master David Ellis as a defense witnesses. If they think they will get to dismiss this case after the election without consequences, they should think again.
Frank H. Guzman