This woman is a danger.
Last year St. Louis City saw its highest homicide rate in 50 years.
But after little to no action by Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner, state officials passed legislation to allow the state attorney general to take over homicide cases in St. Louis after 90 days if Circuit Attorney Kimberly Gardner hasn’t filed charges or upon request from the “chief law enforcement officer.”
Gardner has been a complete disaster for the City of St. Louis.
The Soros-funded Circuit attorney rejected several open-and-shut cases due to the fact that she believed local police officers were racists.
Gardner released all of the protesters and looters in 2020 after the deadly George Floyd riots in St. Louis.
And on Tuesday the Missouri State Disciplinary Counsel found probable cause that Kim Gardner committed professional misconduct.
She may lose her law license.
The St. Louis Circuit Attorney may lose her law license for lying under oath in the Greitens’ case.
It’s about time.
An investigation by the state’s Chief Disciplinary Counsel has found probable cause that St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner committed professional misconduct, after complaints made by the legal team representing former Governor Eric Greitens.
A state website published Tuesday Gardner’s name in relation to a pending disciplinary hearing, that indicates she is the subject of an alleged ethical violation. The Circuit Attorney will likely face a disciplinary panel to weigh the allegations and make a finding. Ultimately punishment would be decided by the Missouri Supreme Court and could range from an admonishment to suspension or revocation of her law license.
It’s not known yet the exact nature of the violations. A request for comment from Kim Gardner’s office went unanswered Tuesday evening.
Attorneys representing former Governor Greitens filed complaints against Gardner’s law license shortly after the conclusion of the criminal case back in 2018…
…Allegations from the Greitens team claim Gardner had an ethical obligation to correct the record during a deposition of private investigator William Tisaby. Gardner hired Tisaby who conducted interviews with the woman at the center of the invasion of privacy charge against Greitens. Tisaby has since been charged with six counts of perjury and one count of tampering with evidence, after a special prosecutor found Tisaby had lied under oath. But Gardner was with Tisaby in those instances and allegations indicated she had a professional responsibility to ensure that Tisaby’s statements were correct. She has claimed she was not representing Tisaby and therefore did not have to do so.
Lawyers admitted today that Kim Gardner could have been charged in a criminal investigation over her conduct case but the statute of limitations passed in March of this year.