LaFayette, Ga. Hill had just pleaded guilty to influencing a witness and criminal attempt to suborn perjury, he explained. These were felony charges. And as a result, he had to surrender his law license. He could no longer represent them.
Klayman had found himself in a really low place: His client had just lost a sexual harassment case, which he blames on a judge he says had a grudge against him. Days before, he survived what he describes as a near-fatal car crash. Jesus was a revolutionary. Jesus told the high priests to go eff themselves, and then he told the Romans to go eff themselves. Suddenly, Klayman says, he felt a tremendous feeling of positivity and warmth. He recognized the feeling — Jesus had come to him in a Catholic church years before and encouraged him to become a Christian. For years, the conservative lawyer has taken on long-shot cases predicated on obscure legal theories.
An attorney in LaFayette has turned in his license after he was convicted last fall of trying to sway a child molestation witness. Hill pleaded guilty in September to perjury and influencing a witness, and petitioned to have his law license removed soon after. Hill admitted to working with his client, Mark Lynn McGill, who was an accused child molester.
Larry is widely known in the entertainment industry for his work taking on Hollywood studios. Throughout the last decades, Larry created legal theories for challenging the film and television accounting practices of vertically integrated studios and media conglomerates through litigation. He is literally the father of vertical integration accounting lawsuits.