Posts Tagged ‘attorney-client privilege’

Non “Non-Practicing Lawyer” Ivory Madison Finally Gets Her Chance to Weigh In on the Ross Mirkarimi Case

Tuesday, March 20th, 2012

And, boy is she pissed.

Let’s start. Who’s line is this, who’s ideas are these?

My next-door neighbor, Sheriff Ross Mirkarimi, should resign immediately based on his actions on the afternoon of Dec. 31 and during the legal proceedings that followed.

Well, I think he just apologized on both of those scores. Just yesterday, right?

And here, here’s some more:

screamed, profanities, attacked, inflicting, large, bruise, terrified, crying…

Wow, use your words, Ivory! You go girl.

Now, is Red Room a “demanding social media startup?” I don’t know, how old is it? Does it make money? I don’t know.

Ivory unwittingly became a key witness in this case.

Yep. Using a pay phone instead of an iPhone might have helped on this score. And “unwittingly? Apparently.

And then it’s blah blah blah about the case that just ended yesterday.

(If only Ivory Madison had a few contacts and interested investors in the worlds of media and  SFGov…)

Oh, hey, remember that whole attorney-client privilege thing? And remember when somebody said that Ivory was telling people that she was a California attorney? Hey, was that under oath or something? Hey, was it true?

Awww, there’s no answer on that score.

Now, instead of all this, why not work on proving that Ross Mirkarimi is a insincere liar starting from yesterday morning? You know, from the exact same time he apologized for all the things you’re complaining about. That would sink Ross, right there. Off you go…

And why not take the bar exam? You could pass it if you applied yourself. And you passed the baby bar already, right?

Just a thought…