The Folly of an Ohio Disciplinary Counsel Grievance

Have a problem with the conduct of an attorney or a Judge? What does a United States Citizen do when they question the professional and ethical actions of an attorney or a Judge? The only remedy is a grievance with your State’s Supreme Court, Office of Disciplinary Counsel.

I wrote here about a problem I had with a Guardianship case in the state of Ohio.

In short, on February 10, 2023, a woman walked into a Court of Law in this Nation, the United States of America, without an appointment, or, as I like to call it, a Scheduled Hearing and left with Ownership of a human being deemed an Incompetent Adult requiring a Guardian. I did not have an issue with the Judgement Entry, meaning I was not going to appeal the decision in the Ohio Sixth Circuit, I had an issue with the fact the Court had no evidence to provide anyone on the evidence considered appointing interim Guardianship contradicting a Nomination of Successor Guardian filed with the Court on February 1, 2023.

It seemed, to me, perhaps, something professionally was not quite right on how courts of law, to my understanding, are suppose to work in the United States of America. Why did the Court have No Evidence to provide anyone on a Judgement Entry?


On March 6, 2023, a Grievance was filed with Ohio Disciplinary Counsel. You can read the complete grievance above. The rules of the Disciplinary Counsel is they have 90 days to respond to any Grievance.


On June 12, 2023, the above response was received regarding the grievance. The Disciplinary Counsel’s conclusion is I did not provide any substantial, credible evidence the Judge violated the Ohio Rules of Professional Conduct or the Code of Judicial Conduct.

And herein lies the folly of a grievance with the disciplinary counsel, in my opinion. Ms. Stone, the issue is there WAS NO EVIDENCE THE COURT COULD PROVIDE ANYONE and a human being was traded at the stroke of a pen, in my opinion, as if the incompetent adult in the guardianship were property and the year is 1824 and we live in Mississippi.

There’s hope a picture is being painted for anyone who reads these materials. I am not popular with the local establishment. Publishers are not popular in the local community. My mother’s estate, in true value, exceeded a million dollars. My relatives are bitter and angry. I publish because this story deserves to be told and the easiest way to make sure this story never gets told is to make me go away, either through homicide, a staged suicide, or wrongful prosecution.

Let this record show I, as the publisher of this website, and not doing a very good job of redacting my name, would never take my own life. I’m too arrogant and egocentric and thoughts of self harm never enter my mind.