The lawyer of Theodekti has contacted my lawyer to ask me to remove blog posts with her own testimony proving her guilt.
Yes, Theodekti’s own testimony full of lies, contradictions and absurdities in a civil case has proven her own guilt. If she delivers the proof of her own guilt in a serious criminal case, then surely I am allowed to put that proof up for everyone to see to avoid defamation charges and to avoid a situation where she and her network bribe the judge again to rule against me. I also have rights.
Theodekti, and her enabler the Bishop of Volos, have verifiably bribed the lawyers, police and judges in my case before and only publicity saved my case. Therefore, I interpret the lawyer’s request on behalf of Theodekti not as an honest request to ensure a fair trial the judge in the civil case but as an attempt to intimidate me into suppressing evidence of the crimes of Theodekti so that she and the clergy and others so they can continue to bribe the judges to rule against me. My former lawyer Konstantinos Christopoulos also told me not to post evidence of Theodekti’s crimes up and we all know now why. He admitted himself to being bribed.
Are there no rules in Greece to punish lawyers for helping criminals like Theodekti cover their crimes? Is this allowed?
Theodekti’s lawyer is depositing what he must know to be testimonies riddlied with lies and with no evidence. Is there no penalty for a crooked lawyer like him helping Theodekti to pervert the course of justice and commit perjury?
Adjunct law professor and attorney Rose Safarian on crooked lawyers…
“An attorney is also considered as an officer of the court, taking an oath to support the laws of our country. As it is already hard enough to get to the truth in so many cases, there is no room in our legal system for lawyers who actively try to deceive. The legal system works well when we are all playing by the rules,” she maintains.
“You cannot advise a client to commit a crime. You cannot ask or help a client to submit forms to an agency or the court which you know contain lies. You cannot participate in anything that causes the court to be deceived. Knowingly doing so subjects the client and attorney to criminal prosecution,” she points out.
“It is so important to understand that when we say ‘the legal system,’ we are looking at important relationships and jobs to be done by all those involved in it. Judges are relying on the lawyers who appear before them to be honest.
“What if the lawyer didn’t tell the client to lie, but knows he will? Can the lawyer still allow the client to testify?” we asked.
“Let’s say that the attorney didn’t tell the client to lie, but knows he is going to lie. If you do this – if you put that person on the witness stand when you know they are going to lie – it is a violation of our rules of professional conduct. You cannot put on evidence that way. You cannot solicit testimony which you know is untrue,” she stressed.
Lawyers are on trial with their clients.