Tag Archives: Jeffery Chiow

Virginia Supreme Court Receives Pleadings in Jeffery Chiow Attorney Disciplinary Case

The Virginia Supreme Court today received pleadings filed on behalf of James Bodie, intake counsel for the Virginia Attorney Disciplinary Board. The pleadings are in response to my request to the court, asking it to direct the Board to conduct a full, fair, independent review of my attorney disciplinary complaint against Jeffery Chiow. Here are Bodie’s pleadings.

What Will Happen to Jeffery Chiow?

Someone recently asked me what I think will happen to Jeffery Chiow, aka “Sugarland” for the mythical town he made up to include in his courtroom pleadings. The question arises from Chiow’s concealing documents adverse to perjuring priest Bob Malm and Grace Episcopal church during discovery, which I have reported to the relevant attorney disciplinary committee, along with… Read More »

Reflections on Anne Turner’s First Sunday

Today was Anne Turner’s first day as rector.  My feeling is that she did well — really well — but she has a long and daunting road ahead of her. As a result, I am not convinced she will succeed, but believe the odds are in her favor. To be sure, Anne did a great job of exploring… Read More »

The More Things Change, The More They Stay the Same

Today was a momentous day for Grace Episcopal Alexandria, the clergy perjury parish. Not only was it Anne Turner’s first day at work, but we are hours away from saying good bye and good riddance to narcissistic scumbag Donald Trump. Yet even with all the change in the air, things remain stuck exactly where there were two years… Read More »