About Stephen Eugster


New Case — Coming Up

Posted On Oct 24 2021 by

The new case I have in mind is one which tests the constitutionality of the Supreme Court and its Washington State Bar Association.  The WSBA has been taken over by the Washington Supreme Court as I will explain in the complaint to be filed.  I will call it for now “the Washington Supreme Court and its wholly owned subsidiary, the Washington State Bar Association and its members. This case is planned to test constitionality of requiring a lawyer who, in order to practice law in Washington in order to practice law , a. must pay annual dues, b. pay for …


More to Come

Posted On Oct 22 2021 by

I see my efforts regarding the Washington Lawyer Defense moving toward what might be the end of this chapter of in which I have generally come to a new case about WSBA and the Washington Supreme Court and a case which addresses the wrongdoing toward me and my clients. There are two cases.  The first is directed the constitutionality of the Supreme Court / WSBA.  The second addressas the damages sufferered by Steve Eugster and his client, Robert Caruso.


Confidence in the Court Washington

Posted On Feb 19 2021 by

https://www.courts.wa.gov/opinions/pdf/972494.pdf  


Confidence of the Court — Denver

Posted On Feb 19 2021 by

Colorado Chief Justice Brian Boatright admits “crisis of confidence” in courts amid scandal


Letter to State Supreme Court and WSBA Board of Governors

Posted On Feb 8 2021 by

On November 18, 2020, I paid my WSBA 2021 dues under protest.  My letter to the Justices of the State Supreme Court and the Governors of the WSBA Board of Governors can be found at this link: 2020_11_18_Payment of Dues Under Protest


Helena Star, by Stewart Riley, WSBA

Posted On Feb 4 2021 by

Riley, Stewart. Helena Star: An Epic Adventure Through the Murky Underworld of International Drug Smuggling. Robert D. Reed Publishers. Kindle Edition. Amazon, Kindle, and Paperback Stewart Riley has given us a fine book, a remarkable book. It is about a young man from Spokane, the largest city on the vast northern tier expanse between Seattle and Minneapolis/St. Paul. In 1966, Stew Riley became a student at the University of Washington School of Law in Seattle. The time was long before Seattle on the West Coast became the East Coast darling at the other end of the Yellowstone Trail. Claiming to …


Eugster v. Washington Supreme Court Justices

Posted On Apr 13 2020 by

Today I filed an Application for Leave to File — complaint against the individual justices of the Washington Supreme Court. The issue is whether the WSBA an integrated association of lawyers, limited practice officers, and limited license legal technicians violates the holding in Janus v, AFSCME. This case is different from the petition for writ of certiorari of  Jarchow v. Wisconsin State Bar Association now before the United States Supreme Court Docket Doc_4_Application for Leave Doc_4-1 2020_04_13_Draft of Complaint_Case 13A Doc_5 Motion to Disqualify Judge Doc_5-1_Declaration ISOM Motion to Disqualify Judge  


Caruso v. WSBA, FRCP Rule 60 Motions, Summary Dismissal // Petition for Rehearing En Banc

Posted On Apr 13 2020 by

The bar association filed a 9th Circuit R. 3-6 motion.  I have responded with a Petition for Rehearing En Banc.  Doc_17_Petition for Re Hearing En Banc


Fleck v. Wetch

Posted On Feb 29 2020 by

The Supreme Court will consider the new Fleck Petition for Cert.  It has been distributed for conference this coming Friday, March 6, 2020. https://www.supremecourt.gov/search.aspx?filename=/docket/docketfiles/html/public/19-670.html Here is a Geo. Will column on February 28, 2020 — https://www.bozemandailychronicle.com/supreme-court-s-fine-janus-decision-merits-encore/article_d2dd2ba3-75f0-5566-826a-9f91ba00f470.html?utm_medium=social&utm_source=email&utm_campaign=user-share


Fleck v. Wetch, 8th Circuit Order, Briefing and Argument

Posted On Jan 12 2019 by

No. 16-1564. JUDGE ORDER: On December 3, 2018, the Supreme Court vacated this court’s judgment and remanded the matter for further consideration in light of Janus v. State, County and Municipal Employees, 138 S.Ct. 2448 (2018). On January 9, 2019, the court reopened this case. The parties are directed to file supplemental briefs addressing the issues on remand. Appellant’s brief is due February 15, 2019, and appellees’ brief is due March 15, 2019. Appellant’s reply brief, if any, is due March 29, 2018. The principal supplemental briefs shall not exceed 10,000 words, and appellant’s reply brief shall not exceed 5,000 words. It …