This was filed with the Utah Bar Association. The problem is you have lawyers disciplining lawyers. That is like a shark disciplining a fellow shark. The system needs elected citizens, not appointed, to investigate corruption in Utah. A civilian Board free from lawyers to represent the public. It used to be the Grand Jury system fulfilled that role. Its time for the people of Utah to stop lawyer abuse.
Here is the Complaint:
Attn Billy Walker, Terrie McIntosh and John Baldwin of the Utah Bar
I wish to register an informal complaint under Article 5 Chapter 14 from the Judicial Council Rules of Judicial Administration against Mark Stubbs, Fillmore Spencer-
3301 N University Ave, Provo, UT 84604
Rule 8.4. Misconduct.
It is professional misconduct for a lawyer to:
(a) violate or attempt to violate the Rules of Professional Conduct, knowingly assist or induce another to do so, or do so through the acts of another;
(b) commit a criminal act that reflects adversely on the lawyer’s honesty, trustworthiness or fitness as a lawyer in other respects;
(c) engage in conduct involving dishonesty, fraud, deceit or misrepresentation;
(d) engage in conduct that is prejudicial to the administration of justice;
(e) state or imply an ability to influence improperly a government agency or official or to achieve results by means that violate the Rules of Professional Conduct or other law; or
(f) knowingly assist a judge or judicial officer in conduct that is a violation of applicable rules of judicial conduct or other law.
In addition, I include your own Opinion on Ethics…
What are the ethical obligations of an attorney who, unaware his client will lie, hears the client commit perjury or otherwise materially mislead a tribunal?
2 Opinion: Counsel who knows that a client has materially misled the court may not remain silent and continue to represent the client; to do so would be “assisting” the client in committing a fraud on the court. Rather, counsel is obligated to remonstrate with the client and attempt to persuade the client to rectify the misleading or untruthful statements to the court. If this is unsuccessful, counsel must seek to withdraw. If withdrawal is denied, counsel must disclose the fraud to the court.
All the documents you need to establish the facts I am presenting to you are filed with the Court under Case #134401990 and Case #160400590.
FACT 1: I am litigating against Alyssa Alanis in Case #160400590 for Perjury and Making False Statements to the Court in Case #134401990 and Case #160400590 among other issues. I have documented the following False Statements to the Court made by Miss Alanis:
1. “I did not Assault Chris Drockton, he assaulted me.” This falsehood was again repeated under Mark Stubbs representation, and he included it in his Complaint Response.
2. The facts are Miss Alyssa Alanis was cited by the Spanish Fork Police for Assault and Domestic Violence. She was then prosecuted by the City of Spanish Fork for Assault and Domestic Violence and She was convicted of Assault and Domestic violence by the Court. She now has Assault and Domestic Violence on her record. You will find all the supporting documentation in the complaints filed above.
3. Chris Drockton was NOT cited for anything. In fact, the arresting officer noted that Alyssa Allanis had NO INJURIES, all medical tests were negative showing she had NO INJURIES and Chris had numerous physical injuries from Miss Allanis.
FACT 2: Attorney Mark Stubbs has been notified of these falsehoods and no corrective action has been taken as required by your own Ethics Commission and Utah State Law. In fact, he has continued to deny any responsibility in this matter.
FACT 3: The Court has issued subpoenas on Miss Alanis dealing with our lawsuit which seeks to establish that she paid for her attorney fees through a sexual relationship with her former attorney. Attorney Mark Stubbs has declared that all of her personal financial information, including bank statements and cancelled checks to her attorney are privileged, a direct violation of Utah Law, which states that ALL financial records are public.
FACT 4: I have recommended that Mr. Stubbs resign from the case do to the ethics violations and he has refused. This is a direct conflict with your own Ethics Committee regulations.
FACT 5: Mr. Stubbs has repeatedly violated State Service requirements, claiming he has not received documents we have a signature requirement on, with his office’s signature. Also, violating timelines on document filings.
Conclusion: These are serious ethical concerns that merit a criminal investigation and action taken by the Utah Bar Association. Because the case in point is a RICO lawsuit, it brings up the issue of a possible conspiracy to subvert justice and deny me and others are Constitutional Rights. I am considering a RICO lawsuit against all parties involved that neglect to do their duty under the law. I hope the Utah Bar Association does its duty.
Paul A Drockton M.A.