TKC BREAKING AND EXCLUSIVE NEWS!!! ALLEGATION AND DOCUMENTATION OF CONTRADICTING STATEMENTS: MOTION FOR SANCTIONS AGAINST JACKSON COUNTY PROSECUTOR JEAN PETERS BAKER!!!
During a contentious discrimination lawsuit complaint involving the Jackson County Prosecutor's office . . . There has been an EPIC development . . .
To wit . . .
TAKE A LOOK AT A MOTION FOR SANCTIONS AGAINST JACKSON COUNTY PROSECUTOR JEAN PETERS BAKER AMID ALLEGATIONS OF CONTRADICTING STATEMENTS!!!
This is some pretty hefty legalese for TKC readers so we thought we would link all of the relevant documents and let the motion speak for itself.
MOTION FOR SANCTION AGAINST JACKSON COUNTY PROSECUTOR JEAN PETERS BAKER
"Plaintiff hereby requests the Court award sanctions to Plaintiff from Defendants for the intentional misstatements under oath by Defendant Jean Peters Baker in an affidavit signed by Baker in support of Defendants Motion for Summary Judgment. See Exhibit A - Baker affidavit.
"Defendant Baker’s affidavit testimony, under oath subject to the penalty of perjury directly contradicts earlier testimony she gave under oath at the arbitration hearing involving Mitchell. See Exhibit B, arbitration hearing testimony and Exhibit C, arbitration exhibit to hearing. The only reasonable explanation for the difference in testimony is to obtain summary judgment by providing a false and misleading statement to the Court.
"Pursuant to Rule 55.03(d), Plaintiff is serving this motion thirty days before filing with the Court, with service as proscribed in Rule 43.01. Plaintiff seeks sanctions against Defendants up to and including striking Defendants’ Answer in this case for the egregious misrepresentation to the Court, especially since Defendant Baker is not only a licensed attorney and thereby an Officer of the Court, but also the elected Prosecutor of Jackson County. This misrepresentation is not only a fraud upon the Court, but also a violation of the Missouri Code of Professional Responsibility for lawyers in Missouri."
"The suggestions in support of sanction make it plain . . .
"While Plaintiff seeks a drastic remedy in this case, sanctions for Baker’s misstatement under oath up to striking Defendants’ answer, it is warranted because of the extreme nature of the misconduct of an attorney and prosecutor. The misconduct in this case is severe. Therefore, Plaintiff seeks a severe punishment."
Developing . . .