Bobby Diaz and his friends don’t seem to like media coverage.
First there was Bar v. Blog back in 2013, when Diaz and Marni Bryson focused complaints were dismissed by the Bar without direction. “That’s not what was done in this case” former Bar director of lawyer regulation Ken Marvin told the Sun Sentinel. “An inference can be drawn from the fact that no letter of advice was issued.”
Next came the complaint against Larry Meltzer for holding his ground against Jill Levy when his mother-in-law was bravely facing down her final days (see transcript page 29/40). This too was summarily dismissed by a Bar grievance committee, with no public comment from Levy, a known compadre of Diaz.
Brenda v. Blog is still ongoing, despite the travesty exposed by video evidence. Forman has been close to Diaz and his wife, Dian Diaz, a one time high-ranking officer at the Clerk’s Office.
Lastly, a complaint signed by Diaz against Adriana Alcalde was dismissed today by a letter to the complaining party that seems sympathetic to Alcalde, pictured below, together with relevant portions of the original complaint. Diaz put his name to the complaint on August 29, 2018, one day after his August 28th election victory over Michael Heise.
Read the letter carefully. It’s hoped the Bar may have had enough of these types of frivolous complaints against good lawyers, as seems to be indicated by the chosen language. In any event, we’ve frequently brought the ongoing issues to the attention of anyone who will listen, including Howard Finkelstein, who stated earlier today:
“We are well aware of the disturbing patterns playing out with the Broward judiciary and the Bar, and it has not escaped my radar screen.”
Stay tuned …
COMING SOON – Is Satz passing the baton in early May? …
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From the complaint:
(Therein a discussion of State v. Good ensued … )
And from Brenda’s most recent submission to the Bar in Brenda v. Blog:
Brenda & Bobby; Ken Gottlieb, Diaz, and Jill Levy …