MOUNT VERNON — Before the Ohio Supreme Court could set a hearing date to hear objections to the Board of Commissioners on Grievances and Discipline, attorney Scott Pullins requested the case be remanded, or sent back, to the board.

 

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7 Responses to “Pullins asks for psych evaluation”

  1. Alumni

    I wish we had 1000 more Pullins in the state. There is no accountabilty in the judiciary. They are a loose cannon.

  2. John Q. Public

    I have never met Mr. Pullins. However, he seems to have more “guts” around this town than most people. I do not take a personal stance on the issues…only want to point-out that there are two sides to every story, and not to make snap judgments about someone.

  3. Just Plain Jim

    As I read the article, it was about the recent filing of two requests.

    None of the words “arrogant” “egotistical” or “self righteous” appeared in:
    06/15/10 Request for remand to the Board of Commissioners on Grievances and Discipline
    Filed by: Pullins, Scott
    06/15/10 Request for judicial notice of the decision of the Knox County Court of Appeals in Pullins v. Harmer, 2010 Ohio 2590, P43 (Ohio Ct. App., Knox County June 9, 2010)
    Filed by: Pullins, Scott

    I’m at a loss to see where the articles author “forgot” of failed “to get it right.”

    If article error, could you please point out which filing and page numbers contain the forgotten material.

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    June 17, 2010 at 2:20 pm Scott Pullins says:
    Um, Thrilled, you forgot arrogant, egotistical, and self righteous. Try to get it right next time. Thanks.

  4. Just Plain Jim

    Based on sanctions issued for the conduct of other lawyers, I suggest that a suspension for a set term, with a portion stayed upon conditions, would be more appropriate in this case.

  5. Scott Pullins

    Um, Thrilled, you forgot arrogant, egotistical, and self righteous. Try to get it right next time. Thanks.

  6. Thrilled

    Best news I’ve heard. It’s about time this man is examined by true professionals.

  7. John C. Davidson

    The problem with phsych evaluations is with convoluted theories the evaluator subscribes to that become the basis of the convoluted results therein. Not an once of common sense should be an expected result, either.