Nationally known San Francisco civil rights lawyer Philip Kay has won millions of dollars for clients in discrimination and sexual harassment cases over the past 25 years.

But he might be facing his biggest fight with State Bar prosecutors, who have charged him with turning two cases before three San Diego judges into three-ring circuses by repeatedly impugning court orders and caustically accusing the judges of misconduct in front of jurors.

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