Category Archives: Lawyers Disbarred

WSBA v. Eugster VI — Motion to Dismiss

Today I filed a motion to dismiss the action against me.  I assert that the proceedings are void because they violate my rights to procedural due process of law under the Fifth and Fourteenth Amendments to the United States Constitution … Continue reading

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Case V, Eugster v. Littlewood (WAED), dismissed

District Court Judge Thomas Rice dismissed Eugster’s case based on res judicata.  The judge said that Case IV which is the state court case regarding claims that the WSBA Discipline System violates constitutional rights was dismissed with prejudice and the … Continue reading

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Being Disbarred

There was a story in USA Today some time ago about what it is like to be disbarred.  Go here.

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Seattle Attorney Disbarred: Convicted and Sentenced — 2 Years

The Seattle Times reports: Edward Joseph Callow represented a client who was permanently disabled in a car wreck. Nationwide Insurance agreed to pay her a $25,000 advance, plus a $500,000 settlement. But Callow told her the settlement was for only … Continue reading

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