My ex wifes ATTY made a statement in court that I accused him of engaging in a sexual act with her (oral) but he purposely took what was written out of context to fit his narrative then when the judge asked him about it at our next hearing he said he didn't wish to further pursue that he may have misunderstood it. Is this legal? Our judge said to him in court that he didn't appreciate being mislead and that in the future he should be very careful because it seems he's the one making a false allegation and warned him that he has ethical duties he should be mindful of, then told him his client has several no contact orders some of which she stipulated to who are her own family members who have sexual abusive histories with minors. Then told him might I add that some of your previous arguments, I've had to question you as to why you would even make that argument. The judge denied their RFO and said he would hear mine but ordered us to another FCS conference first. After court another ATTY told me the judge did that for my benefit he isn't pleased with her ATTYs tactics and evened the playing field by eliminating her ATTY, the judge will follow the recommendations of FCS be prepared.
This narrative is hard to follow...but I certainly follow the first sentence...the lawyer should be immediately taken to the bar association (1) if X is willing to confirm the sex act; and (2) X is the lawyer's client,
As to the rest, it would seem to me that you would be doing better with your own lawyer than representing yourself.
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