My question relates to legal practice in the state of: Massachusetts
Does US lawyer has right to practice Law if a rape case is opened against him abroad?
Just want to know if a professional lawyer practicing in Mass has moral and ethic right to practice if a criminal rape case is opened against him and order for his arrest issued in another country (Philippines).
A licenced lawyer from US for years was coming to Philippines as "Sex Tourist" and had sex with probably hundreds of girls before this year, when a girl reported rape he committed. It happened January this year, he was 54, she is still 20, she is my ex-girlfriend. Now the rape case is passed from prosecutor to the court, warrant of arrest issued but the lawyer just came back to US and looks like he doesn't want to come to Philippines for the trial.
One of the documents of the case is his fantastic correspondence with the girl in which he states a lot of postulates about his importance, role of a woman, etc. etc. I think Harvey Weinstein might be considered as a baby against this guy.*Just few quotes: “Suck hard, smile, be cool”; “If you're good I'll let you suck my cock when I have time”; “I am honestly the best thing that ever happened to you...”; “Tell him D...d has ****ed 50 times more skinny girls than him so he should just ****ing chill” (this is about me, even he never met me, doesn't know me and of course cannot know how many women I had), etc., etc., a lot of statements like this through the correspondence. Sorry for the bad language, I just quote the original. I gave this correspondence to an psychiatrist expert and he diagnosed obvious maniacal syndrome.
So is there any regulations of lawyer ethic in this case or he still can work as a lawyer and protect and represent American people as the crime was committed outside US and status of run-away suspect in another country doesn't bother his career?