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Attorney Kenneth Carmine of Wilmington, DE; repeat offender

 
The state of Delaware presented Kenneth F. Carmine with a law license in 1967 after he attended Dickson School of Law.
 
The Delaware Supreme court found Kenneth guilty of misconduct on at least two (2) occasions as set for the below.
 
As a consequence of his misconduct, the enablers for Attorney Misfits sitting on the Delaware Supreme Court punished Kenneth by gifting him with a complimentary 2-year suspension of his law license. 
 
Kenneth’s 1st bite at the Attorney Misfit Apple

 
In one matter, Kenneth represented a client in the Family Court in a civil support action. The matter was dismissed by the court for Kenneth’s failure to prosecute the case on his client’s behalf. The client then directed Kenneth to appeal the dismissal to the Superior Court; however, Kenneth failed to file an opening brief, even after he received delinquent notices from the court. The client’s appeal was then dismissed due to Kenneth’s gross negligence.
 
As a consequence of his misconduct, the enablers for Attorney Misfits sitting on the Delaware Supreme Court punished Kenneth by gifting him with a complimentary reprimand.
 
 Kenneth’s 2nd bite at the Attorney Misfit Apple Tree

  1. Failed to keep client informed about status of appeal
  2. Knowingly defended a frivolous (BS) claim
  3. Disobeyed a court obligation
  4. Failed to file an answer brief on behalf of client
  5. Engaged in a dishonest course of conduct toward his conduct
  6. Failed to inform his client that his appeal was dismissed due to Kenneth’s gross negligence
  7. Failed to respond to Disciplinary Counsel subpoena (Up Yours, said Kenneth)
  8. Failed to facilitate the transfer of client case to new attorney after he was fired
  9. Misrepresented (lied) to Superior Court judge about status of case
  10. Failed to keep clients informed about status of their legal matters
  11. Failed to post a required appeal bond on client’s behalf
In one matter, Kenneth represented a client in regards to an insurance claim. Kenneth failed to be candid (lied) with his client about the client’s insurance claim by not informing him that settlement negotiations had lapsed and that he never filed a civil lawsuit on the client’s behalf.
 
As a consequence of his misconduct, the enablers for Attorney Misfits sitting on the Delaware Supreme Court punished Kenneth by gifting him with a complimentary 2-year suspension of his law license. In truth, the comedians sitting on the Delaware Supreme Court didn’t mete out any meaningful punishment to Kenneth the Two-Time Loser.
 
As we speak (ca. November 2012) Kenneth practices with Potter Carmine & Associates at 840 North Union Street in Wilmington, Delaware.
 
On his self-serving website at www.potter-carmine.com, there is no mention of Kenneth’s misconduct as set forth above. Apparently the firm decided to conceal Kenneth’s misconduct so as to not limit its further victim pool.
 
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