with out justification, one lawyer demanded a gate be removed, he set 3 appointments with land owner attorney and then cancelled them, he sent a registered letter to the LAND OWNER INSTEAD OF HIS ATTORNEY. months later he was seen on the land owners drive way with his client. He was tole by the land owner that 2 attorneys checked deeds and maps and said his client had no reason to cross his property to get to the easement
. The attorney attacked the land owner telling him he used racial slurs, called his client a Spic what ever that is. He went on t ACCUSE HIM OF INSTALLING A 5' yellow steel pole on his client property, The post was put there by AT&T because his Client vandalized the phone service if the land owner 3 times over the past 8 years, Land owner called him a liar and said to deal with his attorney, he aske who was his attorney, he knew because he was notified to deal with him on anything concerning the dispute. No one heard from in in over 2 years, he filled a complaint using the letter that was not valid because it had no cause of action. He asked the Judge to punish the land owner 100.00 a day from the date of the letter in 2012, He accuse the land owner of racial slurs and calling his client a spic and installing the post, He asked the Judge saying it was his first time asking for extraordinary damages
. He asked the judge to give his client a protective order, the land owners has been vandalized by his client for years and had incident reports, he had terrorized a young mother with 2 small kids when she reported him for cutting down her trees, tole he he killed women and children in NAM, He lied to his attorney that he was rewarded the Congressional Medal of Honor is was a lie. The list goes on and on, My quest is how can the attorney violate the rights of the land owner to be represented by his attorney? The dispute would have been settled the first meeting. How can he think the judge will punish the land owner based on him manufacturing evidence. Does the land owner have any recourse for this attorney actions.