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The Plaintiff-Appellant-Petitioner designates the Entire Record of Proceedings INCLUDING THE JUDICIAL MISCONDUCT COMPLAINT FILED BY THE PLAINTIFF AGAINST HON. ANN AIKEN AND THE JUDICIARY OF THE NINTH CIRCUIT.
(JURISDICTION) The pregnant unaddressed issue in the Ninth Circuit is whether of not this case requires a Visiting Out-of-Circuit judge under the previously submitted Certificate of Necessity. It is a class action on behalf of 14,000 lawyers in the State of Oregon who bring suit to determine if the Oregon State Bar Regulatory system violates the Oregon and United States Constitution. It is clear that under 28 USC Sec. 291 et seq., that Oregon Chief Judge Ann Aiken and the Ninth Circuit do not have authority to make that decision. Federal law requires that the appointment, vel non, of an Out-of-Circuit Visiting judge be made by the Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court. 28 USC Sec. 292 (NEW EVIDENCE)
The newly hired 2013 Regulatory Counsel for the Oregon State Bar, John Gleason, (replacing Jeff Sapiro) has recently quit
after less than a year on the job.
It is likely, from his official reports (which the Plaintiff requests this Court take Judicial Notice) he quit for the same reasons that underpins this lawsuit——-Oregon State Bar’s Disciplinary system is unconstitutional. Regulatory Counsel Gleeson had called for an American Bar Association intervention in his “Proposal for Discipline System