Recently we alerted you to the fact that vaccine rights attorney Alan Phillips spent time in jail for contempt of court because he refused to breach attorney-client privilege by providing the North Carolina State Bar with confidential client files.
Unfortunately, Mr. Phillips’ situation has gotten worse. He was sent back to jail for the third time on Tuesday, May 21 – where he still resides. He has also had his license to practice law suspended.
Mr. Phillips is a nationally recognized expert and presenter on vaccine policy and law. He is the nation’s only attorney whose practice is focused solely on vaccine exemptions and legislative activism.
For at least the past two years, the North Carolina Bar has been investigating Mr. Phillips; unable to identify any evidence of wrongdoing, the Bar has nevertheless filed a lawsuit against Mr. Phillips in an unjustified attempt to revoke his license to practice law.
It is our understanding that Mr. Phillips has filed several complaints, requesting that an independent review look into the State Bar’s actions in this matter, yet his grievances have been dismissed.
We can only assume Mr. Phillips is being harassed because of his chosen specialty – vaccine law.
Will you please help our friend today?
- Contact North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper and ask him to initiate an independent investigation into the North Carolina State Bar’s misconduct.
You can call the Governor at 919-814-2000 or 800-662-7952 or email him via this online form: https://governor.nc.gov/contact/contact-governor-cooper
Please note that calls are more effective than emails.
- Donate to help Alan Phillips while he is without his normal income. Please go to this Ohio AMF site https://ohioamf.org/donate-to-alan
(Donations to his legal defense fund through https://barwatchonline.org/donations/ have been temporarily halted)
- Sign this letter of support for attorney Alan Phillips.
If you are an attorney sign here: https://www.change.org/p/investigate-the-nc-bar
If you are a citizen sign here: https://www.change.org/p/no-attorney-is-above-the-law