An attorney must have a factual basis for alluding to, offering or relying on evidence and that factual basis may not be wishful thinking. There are two requirements for a factual basis — an attorney’s subjective belief and objective evidence to support that belief.
It is now established that no objective evidence exists. Not a shred of evidence exists. Not a single date-point with a reliable timestamp is chronologically consistent with these documents being before the board.
Source: New Public Records Law revealing MA medical board counsel concealed criminal fraud for years; Major misrepresentations made by defense counsel to court. Falsehoods with no factual basis.
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