Attorney General Austin Knudsen is on the hot seat concerning claims of “attorney misconduct in Montana” as a professional organization filed a complaint against him yesterday, Tuesday, September 5th. Whether or not this investigation finds him guilty is yet to be seen but we do know in the case of the persecuted missionaries who walked peacefully through Madison County, Montana, last November and were assaulted, beaten, and falsely accused- AG Knudsen is not to be trusted as he and his staff are aiming to prosecute the four innocent evangelists.
“The professional organization that investigates claims of attorney misconduct in Montana filed a complaint against Attorney General Austin Knudsen on Tuesday.
The complaint, filed by Missoula attorney Timothy Strauch on behalf of the Montana Supreme Court-appointed Office of Disciplinary Counsel, says Knudsen and attorneys who work for him at the state Department of Justice undermined public confidence in the judicial system with their communications to and about the Montana Supreme Court during a lengthy separation-of-powers conflict with Republican legislators.
Ethics office accuses Montana attorney general of violating professional conduct rules
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Such a complaint could, in the most extreme outcome, lead to its target’s disbarment.
The complaint against Knudsen now awaits a hearing before a review panel that could dismiss it or recommend action for consideration by the state Supreme Court, reports the Montana Free Press.“
You can read the rest of the story by clicking here. By: Arren Kimbel-Sannit – Montana Free Press