Radio talkshow host Jim Sharpe shocked that nothing has been done about AZ Bar Disciplinary Judge O’Neil

A m e r i c a n  P o s t – G a z e t t e

Distributed by C O M M O N  S E N S E , in Arizona
Saturday, July 13, 2013

Jim Sharpe continues to expose Judge O’Neil until something is done 

Time to go to the legislature since the Bar and Arizona Supreme Court will not take action against this crook 

Here is a loose transcript of Jim Sharpe’s radio show on Friday:

I am very very disappointed that nothing has been done since I brought this situation up regarding Arizona Bar Disciplinary Judge William O’Neil.

Judge O’Neil’s mother-in-law’s home sold via short sale to a friend of the judge’s, and then afterwards a 50% interest in the home was then given to O’Neil. If you or I went through a short sale, we’d end up in the street or living in a hotel, yet O’Neil’s mother-in-law has lived in that house all the way through the short sale and remained there, with Judge O’Neil now having half ownership.

Foreclosure attorney Christopher Perry, who at least one time held the loan on the house, ended up going to prison for running over an elderly woman while drunk.

It’s Judge O’Neil’s job as Bar disciplinary judge to take away people’s law licenses. There is no conflict of interest for O’Neil to hear the disciplinary case of Perry’s DUI fatal accident! (facetiousness) O’Neil took away Perry’s law license for ONLY 24 hours! Thanks to O’Neil, Perry practiced law for a year while in prison!

The State Bar has been given the keys to the kingdom, the right to license or not to license attorneys. That’s like basically putting the plumber’s union in charge of whether a plumber gets a contractor’s license. It’s the chickens watching the chicken coop, it’s not even the fox. There’s nobody in charge.

The Office of the Inspector of the Federal Housing Authority has actually assigned a case number to investigate this, but the Arizona Judicial Conduct Commission dismissed the complaint about the short sale. They screwed things up here. It’s law that they are required to post that complaint on their website after adjudication so the public can see it (sans names and other info that must be redacted). They dismissed the complaint against O’Neil, but never posted the complaint on their website per their own rules! They only posted the cover letter on the complaint. The original complaint with exhibits is not on their website. The Supreme Court of Arizona continues to hem and haw.

Mark Dixon who filed these complaints was told he’s not a party to the actions, so he can’t file any complaints with the Supreme Court. So O’Neil is cleared of any wrongdoing.

There’s another issue I told you about, O’Neil’s neighbor sat on the 3-person disciplinary panel with him. This wasn’t revealed by either man. That has NEVER been addressed. Why? I”m confused. It makes me wonder if everyone is scared of O’Neil because he can take away their law license. Apparently with the help of his next door neighbor – there’s not going to be any influence there! (facetiousness)

I’m wondering why this guy is still serving as the Arizona State Bar Disciplinary Judge when there are so many questions, and nobody seems to want to do anything about this.

I think this goes back to Andrew Thomas. I realize some people don’t like him, but if you’re a prosecutor and they can take away your license because they don’t like what you do, nobody will want to become prosecutors. Yet nobody will take this case on. The State Bar, that’s a whole other thing. It’s run by liberal attorneys. They don’t care about the little guy like liberals are supposed to. They’re just concerned with keeping their jobs and making sure their liberal buddies are ok. And if anyone gets in their way, too bad.

Read the full complaint filed with the Arizona Commission on Judicial Conduct against Judge O’Neil, that they have failed to post on their website per their own rules: http://www.scribd.com/doc/112852009/William-J-O-Neil-Arizona-Presiding-Disciplinary-Judge-judicial-complaint

So Commission on Judicial Conduct, follow your own rules and post the complaint on oyoru site, along with an explanation of why you dismissed the complaint, finding no wrongdoing on the judge’s part. Also why O’Neil’s neighbor served on the panel and this was not revealed. OR are judges a special class that never, ever face anything in their own legal system?

We recommend concerned people contact your legislators about this situation, because clearly the State Bar and Arizona Supreme Court aren’t going to do anything on their own.

House Speaker Andy Tobin atobin@azleg.gov 602-926-5172
Senate Majority leader Andy Biggs abiggs@azleg.gov 602-926-4371

Rep. John Allen has indicated he would like to help out in this area, so you may want to contact him too – allen@azleg.gov 602-926-4916

Above the law
Above the law

Read our last four exposes on O’Neil here:

http://sonoranalliance.com/2013/07/08/corrupt-az-bar-disciplinary-judge-teaching-ethics-to-gop-lawyers/
http://sonoranalliance.com/2013/07/04/az-bar-disciplinary-judge-using-work-resources-to-investigate-political-opponents/
http://sonoranalliance.com/2013/07/03/bar-disciplinary-judges-unethical-short-sale-going-viral-makes-radio-show/
http://sonoranalliance.com/2013/06/21/az-bar-disciplinary-judge-walks-over-crooked-short-sale-michigan-judge-gets-prison/
 

 

 

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