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Friday, May 14, 2010

Explanation of Non-Existent Attorney Ethics: Missed That Class

Lawyer accused of stalking wife
The New York Post - May 5, 2010

Maybe Dominic Barbara cut class when they discussed orders of protection. The high-profile Long Island lawyer was charged yesterday with violating a court order to stay away from his ex-wife, Leslie. Barbara walked into a Glen Cove bagel shop Sunday morning -- with a police escort -- and sat down with his ex, who was having coffee with a friend. Glen Cove Police Detective Lt. Thomas Fitzpatrick told The Post's Kieran Crowley she filed a complaint later in the day. "He came in with police and threatened to have me arrested," she said. "Having been falsely arrested previously, this was very disconcerting." In 2008 Barbara accused his wife of beaning him with a plate of spaghetti. He later dropped the charges. "I brought the police with me because she's stalking me," he told The Post after his court apperarance.


Long Island's Flashy Lawyer Dominic Barbara Arrested Over Divorce Spat
Police say he approached his ex-wife violating order of protection
WPIX by MIKE GRAHAM and ROB HOELL - May 5, 2010

GLEN COVE, N.Y. (WPIX) - Matrimonial attorney Dominic Barbara, who made headlines for representing infamous clients like Joey Buttafuoco, is now the subject of a scandal himself. The flamboyant lawyer was arrested Tuesday after he approached his ex-wife in a bagel shop in Glen Cove Sunday morning, violating an order of protection, police said. Barbara, 64, has been charged with criminal contempt after he allegedly sat down with his ex-wife Leslie while she was having coffee with a friend. Leslie Barbara told Newsday that her ex-husband brought a police officer with him and demanded she be arrested for stalking him. But the tables were turned two days later when Barbara was taken into custody. While in Glen Cove court Wednesday to finalize living arrangements over a posh home the two share, Barbara became agitated. At one point Judge Richard McCord ordered Barbara to stop staring at his ex-wife. "Stop staring at her, you are making me nervous," said McCord. "This is a sensitive matter, you're expressing emotions. I don't want it to explode into anything more than that." This is not the first public tête-à-tête between the two. Back in November 2008, Leslie was charged with second-degree menacing after Dominic claimed she threw a plate of spaghetti at his head. Those charges were later dropped. Late Wednesday both parties issued the following statement: "Dominic Barbara and Leslie Barbara reached an agreement. We feel this ends any issues between us, and the courts will not have to hear from us again." However, criminal charges are pending regarding the order of protection.


Infamous LI Lawyer Arrested
The by Jen Chung

Dominic Barbara, the flamboyant Long Island attorney who has represented Joey Buttafuoco, the guy who sued his wife for a kidney, and Diane Schuler's husband and is known for his appearances on the Howard Stern show, was arrested yesterday for allegedly violating an order of protection his ex-wife has against him. According to Newsday, he violated the order by "sitting down with his ex-wife Leslie, 45, while she was having coffee about 10:30 a.m. Sunday with a man at the Glen Cove Bagel Cafe." Barbara apparently had accused her of stalking him and actually wanted the cops to arrest her. Back in 2008, Howard Stern said that Barbara and his ex-wife wanted him on their side of the divorce dispute, "Let me explain to you and your wife: No one cares!"

Donated Kidney is Center of Divorce Dispute
The by Jen Chung

A Long Island doctor is demanding that his estranged wife give him back the kidney he donated to her seven years ago. Dr. Richard Batista's lawyer Dominic Barbara says his client would also be satisfied with the value of the kidney: $1.5 million. Newsday reports that Batista married wife Dawnell in 1990 and that he donated the kidney in 2001. According to Batista, their marriage was on the rocks then, but "My first priority was to save her life. The second bonus was to turn the marriage around." Dawnell Batista filed for divorce in 2005. Dr. Batista told WCBS 880, "She had an affair, then would not reconcile, then handed me divorce papers as I was going into surgery trying to save another person's life. Medical ethicists tells Newsday "the case is a nonstarter."Arthur Caplan at the University of Pennsylvania's Center for Bioethics said Batista's chances of getting his kidney or money back is "somewhere between impossible and completely impossible." And Georgetown University's Kennedy Institute of Ethics medical ethicist Robert Veatch said, "it's illegal for an organ to be exchanged for anything of value" and organ donation is legally a gift.


LOL said...

Why does a guy like this have a law license?

Anonymous said...

He needs to be disbarred!!Period!

Anonymous said...

just another low life with a piece of paper that makes them believe they are unaccountable for their actions!

A Pox On Them All said...

Finally some small justice, one of the warlocks has fallen into the brew his lawyer cabal prepares for their victims.

Anonymous said...

This crazy nuts sounds like the nuts running lose in the Orange County Court in Goshen, stalking, harrasing, false attemting to arrest the victims of their clients. Sadly, the judges not only protect the criminals they too legally assault the victims. Right Judge John K. McGuirk??? how many victims have you bigot legally assaulted?

Anonymous said...

Filing a false police report and having someone arrested in a felony. His exwife should sue him, the PD and the Judge. Better yet, cut his balls off (if he has any) and make sausage, then send them to his goumada.

Prayer for Justice said...

A prayer: Psalm 109:
6. Choose some corrupt judge to try my enemy, and let one of his own enemies accuse him.
7. May he be tried and found guilty; may even his prayer be considered a crime.

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