But, I'm guessing, compared to real estate investing, she's a living trust expert.
This audio confirms what I’ve said all along . . .
You have inexperienced attorneys assigned to cases they are unqualified to work, in areas of law in which they have no experience, with predictably bad results.
I was gonna, ya know, go out and get the bad guys . . . — Cheryl D. Kringle
Former AAG running this case
What’s a trust?
Here are just a few comments from Cheryl describing how entirely inappropriate it was for her to be put in charge of cases involving living trust matters . . .
“He started talking and my eyes just glazed over.”
“All that was going in my head was, oh my gosh I am in trouble.”
“Living trusts, what are living trusts?”
“I don’t even remember what that was about.”
“Wasn’t there some rule against perpetuities?”
“Oh my gosh, I’m in big trouble, hee hee.”
What is your office thinking?
So what do you do?
You put her in charge.
And to this day Cheryl believes she “didn’t really need to know a lot about how trusts work or what they were about” in order for her to work her trust cases.
Do you suppose this is the same pattern of putting unqualified, fresh-out-of-law school attorneys in positions they are not qualified to hold that led to the Pacific Health Center debacle?
And do you suppose that’s what’s brought us here today, with Cheryl having concocted a real estate scam out of nothing but her own inexperience and lack of judgment?
Or because she really “didn’t need to know a lot” about how this real estate thing works?
Or maybe it was more about going out and getting the “bad guys?”
Psssssst . . . all of the above.
Not a problem
Cheryl believes there’s really no need to understand a lot about living trusts in order to work her living trust cases.
From what I’ve seen, she takes a similar approach to real estate cases like mine.
Not according to Cheryl . . .
Fortunately there were lawyers like you who were willing to help me understand the documents when I got them. — Cheryl Kringle
Teaching a class for Ethics Credits to other attorneys
I’m sure she got plenty of help from attorneys on my case, too.
Hook, Line, and Sinker
It’s very simple . . .
This case begins and ends with county prosecutors upset at me for intercepting tax sale overages that formerly escheated to their counties.
They put your office up to this “Foreclosure Rescue Scam” nonsense, and your naive staff bought it hook, line and sinker. As evidenced by Cheryl’s childlike comments, it wasn’t difficult.
Heck, she was their dream come true.
Precious Cheryl goes on to say . . .
“I think it’s ironic . . .”
She thinks it’s “ironic,” Rob, to now be viewed as an authority about something to this day she knows almost nothing about, living trusts.
But, I’m guessing, compared to real estate investing, she’s a living trust expert.
And no, it’s not ironic.
I can think of a lot of different words to describe it, Rob, and “ironic” isn’t among them.
In the arena,
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