For those of his detractors, Ray Gordon admitted that he practices law
without a license, a criminal offense in Pennsylvania.
Ray Gordon wrote:
Probably because you do not have the money.This moron Ray Gordon wants credit? I bet he's the moron who posted in the first place. Who cares if Sloan wants to get Marcus Roberts? He deserves it. He's just another idiot. However, if he keeps doing this **** to others, I might not be as forgiving of the recent past as he would like. AOL could rat him out to me with a simple subpoena, but I won't spend the $350 to file suit and the $55 for a Virginia process server, LUS the $39 tofile a "miscellaneous case"
in Virginia unless he attacks me directly. For now it is far more cost efficient to impersonate a lawyer.
This is an admission by Gordon Roy Parker, alias Ray Gordon, that he is
now, and / or has committed a criminal offense.
Chapter 18 § 5301. Official oppression.
A person acting or purporting to act in an official capacity or taking
advantage of such actual or purported capacity commits a misdemeanor of
the second degree if, knowing that his conduct is illegal, he:
1. subjects another to arrest, detention, search, seizure,
mistreatment, dispossession, assessment, lien or other infringement of
personal or property rights; or
2. denies or impedes another in the exercise or enjoyment of any
right, privilege, power or immunity.
A lawyer is licensed by the commonwealth, thus it could be claimed he is
"purporting to act in an official capacity."
And the big one:
42 Pa. C.S.A. §2524:
Any person who within this Commonwealth shall practice law, or who shall
hold hirnself out to the public as being entitled to practice law, or
use or advertise the title of lawyer, attorney-at-law, attorney and
counsellor-at-law, counsellor, or the equivalent in any language, in
such a manner as to convey the impression that he is a practitioner of
the law of any jurisdiction, without being an attorney-at-law, or a
corporation complying with 15 Pa. C.S. Ch. 29 (relating to professional
corporations), commits a misdemeanor of the third degree.
Gordon Roy Parker of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, alias Ray Gordon, has
just publicly admitted he violates this statute and his admission might
violate the other one.
So, for those whom want to do something to stop him, go get him, you now
have evidence to have him prosecuted and potentially jailed. And if the
crime is punishable by less than six months in jail, he is *not*
entitled to a free defense lawyer (unless a higher standard is set by
the law of the Commonwealth.) Chances are he'd either have to appear
pro se or pay for one himself.