- Report: #914360
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Complaint Review: Photo Attorney Leslie J. Burns Extortion Letter Scam
Photo Attorney Leslie J. Burns Extortion Letter Scam8739 Dallas Street La Mesa, California United States of America
Photo Attorney Leslie J. Burns Extortion Letter Scam Settlement Demand Letter Attorney Carolyn E. Wright Sending out extortion letters Settlement Demand letters and emails La Mesa, California
Leslie Burns was admitted to the California State Bar in June 2011. Definitely a newbie lawyer if I ever saw one. These Photo Attorney letters are starting to annoy me and I am
starting to see them way too frequently. Similar to the McCormacks extortion letters, there are many issues in the letters that are grounds and deserving of State Bar and Attorney General Complaints. The sad part of this is that nearly all of the Photo Attorneys are relatively young and it will be quite upsetting for them to get such complaints so early in their careers.
There are a great many presumptions and accusations that overstep boundaries. They are not the freaking judge and their judge and jury stance is what is going to get them in trouble. I dont have time to get into a detailed extortion letter dissection of the problem areas but I foresee some serious State Bar hits on the Photo Attorneys who are dumb enough to sign their names to these letters. Someone remind me and when I have some free time, I will do an in-depth extortion letter dissection on the Photo Attorney letters.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 07/19/2012 09:41 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Photo-Attorney-Leslie-J-Burns-Extortion-Letter-Scam/La-Mesa-California-91942-3202/Photo-Attorney-Leslie-J-Burns-Extortion-Letter-Scam-Settlement-Demand-Letter-Attorney-Car-914360. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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