CHICAGO-TODAY THE ILLINOIS ATTORNEY GENERAL KWAME RAOUL was charged with Professional Misconduct in a Civil Case in DuPage County Illinois Case No.2020 MROOO349 where Mr. Kwame Raoul office is attempting to block a disabled white adult child from receiving 6 more hours of home care during the Covid 19 pendemic .
Kwame Raoul the Illinois Attorney General having direct supervisory authority over Mr. Brian Jant, an assistant Illinois Attorney General is charged with failing to make reasonable efforts to ensure that Mr. Brian Jant conforms to the Illinois Rules of Professional Conduct. Instead. Kwame Raoul is charged with using Brian Jant, as a shield, to protect himself from charges of professional misconduct, associated with case No 2020 MROOO349 by directing Brian Jant to file frivolous pleading in this case to block a disabled adult child from receiving 6 additional hours of home health cared during the pendemic.
(c) Kwame Raoul is responsible for the charges of Brian Jant violation(s) of the Rules of Professional Conduct Rule 3.3(a) and 8.4(c) & (d) before the DuPage County Court. because Kawame Raoul is charged with : (1)ordering Brian Jant, with knowledge of the specific professional misconduct, ratifies the specific professional misconduct involved; and (2) Kwame Raoul is the Illinois Attorney General with managerial authority (ARDC Rule 5.1 violation) in the AG"s office which Brian Jant practices, and has direct supervisory authority over Brian Jant and knows of the conduct at a time when its consequences can be avoided or mitigated but is charged with failing to take reasonable remedial action by endorsing and re defying the professional misconduct conduct before the Dupage County court in filing fraudulent Motion(s).
LEGAL DISCLAIMER: Kwame Raoul and Brian Jant deny the charges and are considered innocent of all charges of professional misconduct and fraud until proven guilty before a court of law.
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