This story came to me second hand, but it deserves exposure.
Apparently, when the son of Judy C. was thirteen years he did something inappropriate in front of a female friend.
Judy C. claims that she came to my office for legal assistance and that I informed her of the following: “not to worry because he is a juvenile and his offense will not show up on his record when he becomes an adult.”
Judy C. claims that I was negligent in my representation of her son because is a registered sex offender and his life is miserable.
So here is the problem: her son is now 27. Twenty seven minus thirteen is fourteen. I have never met this Judy C. person, I have never met her son, and I do not handle criminal cases. Wait a minute, said the intermediary: you had an office in the area fourteen years ago and you could have represented the son then. No: I did not move to the area until September 2007. June 2016 minus September 2007 is 8 years and 9 months, which is no where near 14 years ago. Another problem with the lie: I did not even have my law license fourteen years ago; I obtained my law license in October 2002.
Yet, the lies are propagated.
I hope that this helps.
Nathan A. Busch