The Arizona State Bar is investigating election deniers and denying the public’s ability to know about it.
I went into withdrawal when the Agenda didn't come out ~6 AM. Sorry about that - you should get some slack!
As usual, though, a thoughtful and important report.
Yes, and they wonder why the public doesn't trust lawyers.
This is yet another issue that erodes my trust in public institutions.
"The Bar’s disciplinary process has always been a hot-button topic among partisan legal geeks, and conservatives have long felt the organization is liberal-leaning and stacked against them."
The Arizona Supreme Court, which has oversight, has been comprised of moderate to conservative oriented justices for decades. So the "stack-against-us" argument holds little water.
I agree with you, but do any professional associations reveal complaints: physicians, dentists, real estate brokers, etc.? They might reveal if someone is convicted of fraud and therefore has a license suspended or revoked, but complaints?