Alaska Federal Judge Submits Resignation Amid Misconduct Investigation Over Hostile Workplace and Impropriety With Former Clerk

ANCHORAGE, Alaska — A federal judge in Alaska has resigned following an internal probe that unearthed allegations of creating a hostile work environment and engaging in an inappropriate sexual relationship with a former law clerk. The investigation led to a judicial conduct report, prompting the resignation amid serious violations. U.S. District Judge Joshua M. Kindred, appointed in 2019 by then-President Donald Trump, stepped down after the investigation conducted by the 9th Circuit Judicial Council revealed he had overstepped professional boundaries by discussing personal and intimate details with clerks, and further encouraging them to rate others … Read more

Accusations of Impropriety and Sabotage Rock the Road to a Multi-Billion Dollar Merger, Involving Donald Trump and Digital World Acquisition Corp.

SARASOTA COUNTY, Florida – Accusations of impropriety and sabotage have surfaced in a lawsuit filed in Sarasota County, revealing the turbulent path to a potentially lucrative merger that could earn Donald Trump over $3 billion. Shareholders recently voted in favor of a merger between Trump Media & Technology Group (TMTG) and Digital World Acquisition Corp. (DWAC), the parent company of social media platform Truth Social. With the merger’s approval, TMTG, located in Sarasota, Florida, is set to begin trading on the Nasdaq stock market. This development comes at a time when Trump faces significant legal … Read more

Judge Rules Defendants Failed to Prove Conflict of Interest in Georgia Case, Yet Orders Action to Address ‘Impropriety’ Appearance

Atlanta, Georgia – A ruling issued by Fulton County Superior Court Judge Scott McAfee on Friday stated that District Attorney Fani Willis would not be removed from a high-profile case involving former President Donald Trump. The judge stated that the defendants were unable to prove that Willis’s relationship with lead prosecutor Nathan Wade created a conflict of interest sufficient to warrant her removal. However, Judge McAfee did acknowledge an appearance of impropriety and stated that either Willis and her office must completely step away from the case, or lead prosecutor Nathan Wade must withdraw. This … Read more

Attorney Claims Fresno State’s Interaction with Employee in Lawsuit Raises Questions of Impropriety

Fresno, California – A recent employee lawsuit against Fresno State University has stirred controversy over whether it was appropriate for the university to reach out to the plaintiff. The employee’s attorney argues that the communication was improper, while others maintain that the university was simply trying to gather information. The lawsuit, filed by former Fresno State employee Jane Doe, claims sexual harassment and discrimination by a fellow colleague. In response, Fresno State’s legal team attempted to contact Doe for a pre-lawsuit interview. However, Doe’s attorney argues that this communication was a violation of attorney-client privilege. … Read more