How do you expose a crooked lawyer?
File official complaints to your state judicial oversight bodies. Cite specific violations of rules or codes. And then publish those complaints here and on the FCLU’s Facebook and Twitter sites. Research and publish reports on corrupt judges.
Where do I go to file a complaint?
If the seller doesn’t resolve the issue, a government office or a consumer organization may be able to help:
- File a complaint with your local consumer protection office or the state agency that regulates the company.
- Notify the Better Business Bureau (BBB) in your area about your problem.
How do I report shady business practices?
Answer. Report fraud, scams, and bad business practices at ReportFraud.ftc.gov. The more information you can give us about the situation, the more useful your report will be.
How do I file a consumer complaint against a company?
Start your complaint with the seller or manufacturer. If they don’t help, seek help from your local government or a consumer organization. Use these steps to get started. 1. Collect Your Documents Gather your records: sales receipts, warranties, contracts, or work orders.
What happens if I file a complaint with the State Bar?
With the exception of anonymous complaints, the State Bar notifies the complainant of receipt of the complaint. An experienced State Bar attorney will review the complaint to determine if the facts are sufficient to show that an ethical violation occurred. Additional documents from the complainant may be needed to complete this evaluation.
Where to file a complaint against a company for defective products?
If that does not work, file a complaint with: 1 Your consumer protection agency. 2 The Federal Trade Commission (FTC). 3 Your state attorney general. 4 Econsumer.gov, if your purchase was with a foreign retailer.
How does the state bar handle complaints about unethical attorney conduct?
The State Bar’s Office of Chief Trial Counsel handles complaints about unethical attorney conduct from several different sources, including clients, family and friends of clients, courts, opposing counsel, members of the public or other third parties, and anonymous submissions.