Filing an original action against an attorney in the Supreme Court? You are very much on the wrong track which may account for why you have been adjudicated as a vexatious litigant.
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I agree with Mr. Doland. Also, an action (accusation against an attorney) in the Supreme Court is litigation.
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You write that you exercised your "option to file an accusation against the attorney in the California Supreme Court, as direct by the California State Bar." I have been practicing law for over 25 years and I have never heard of such an "option" when the State Bar decides not to pursue a complaint against an attorney.
What is true is that an attorney who has been disciplined as the right to direct review of that proceeding by the Supreme Court.
But I don't claim to know everything, and if I am wrong I would love to learn more. Do you have authority for the "option" that you describe?
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