Sacramento, Calif., attorney Julie Wolff crossed the line not only with a “rambling and ranting” 202-page appellate brief, but also by referring to her client’s developmentally disabled child as “more akin to broccoli.”

And let’s not forget the gratuitous attacks on the supposedly biased trial court judge, the unfair characterization of an expert witness’ testimony or her attempt to misrepresent the holding of another appellate ruling.

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