Sunday, December 22, 2013

Rule 3.4: Fairness to Opposing Party & Counsel LOOKING IN TO THIS MEGAN GAUDETTE WAS AWARE SCHROER WAS BREAKING THE LAW AND TOLD ALL EMPLOYEES TO HANG UP ON SOMEONE WITH A SIGNED RELEASE

MINNESOTA HUMAN SERVICE STATE GUIDELINES SAY COMMUNICATION MUST BE OPEN TO THE PEOPLE INVOLVED IN A VARIETY OF WAYS. MEGAN GUADETTE DENIED A LEGAL RIGHT TO SOMEONE WHO HAD A LEGAL DOCUMENT SHOWING POWER OF ATTORNEY SHE RESPONDED THAT MIGHT APPLY TO FINANCE BUT NOTHING ELSE. EVERYTHING IN THE DOCUMENT GRANTING MS BRACKEN LEGAL CONSENT TO EVERYTHING BUT FINANCE FOR MS HARRIS WAS CHECKED THE DOCUMENT IS BEING SENT TO THE STATE 

greatful schroer documented all her phonecalls to service providers stating megan gaudette told her to not inter act with anita bracken after she provided proof of perjury that the worker had been submitting to the judge. gaudette was helping schroer so that her crimes could continue and not be recorded. 

Rule 3.4: Fairness to Opposing Party & Counsel

Advocate
Rule 3.4 Fairness To Opposing Party And Counsel

A lawyer shall not:
(a) unlawfully obstruct another party' s access to evidence or unlawfully alter, destroy or conceal a document or other material having potential evidentiary value. A lawyer shall not counsel or assist another person to do any such act;
(b) falsify evidence, counsel or assist a witness to testify falsely, or offer an inducement to a witness that is prohibited by law;
(c) knowingly disobey an obligation under the rules of a tribunal except for an open refusal based on an assertion that no valid obligation exists;
(d) in pretrial procedure, make a frivolous discovery request or fail to make reasonably diligent effort to comply with a legally proper discovery request by an opposing party;
(e) in trial, allude to any matter that the lawyer does not reasonably believe is relevant or that will not be supported by admissible evidence, assert personal knowledge of facts in issue except when testifying as a witness, or state a personal opinion as to the justness of a cause, the credibility of a witness, the culpability of a civil litigant or the guilt or innocence of an accused; or
(f) request a person other than a client to refrain from voluntarily giving relevant information to another party unless:
(1) the person is a relative or an employee or other agent of a client; and
(2) the lawyer reasonably believes that the person's interests will not be adversely affected by refraining from giving such information.