In defense of attorney Chuck Morse
I am writing in support of a pillar in our community, attorney Chuck Morse. Stephen Gianelli, who lives in San Francisco, continues to vehemently disparage Mr. Morse’s reputation in letters to the editor as well as comments on his own letters to the editor (“Judge Wick made proper decision,” Oct. 18).
I have known Mr. Morse and worked with his staff for the past 15 years. He has a flawless reputation and the utmost integrity — fair, honest and above reproach in all matters. He has served honorably and ethically on the boards of directors of the following organizations: Big Brothers of Napa, Aldea Children and Family Services (19 years; president twice for a total of five years), Garden Haven Adult Day Center, Napa Valley Hospice (president), Napa Adult Day Health Care, New Technology High School Foundation, Napa County D.A.R.E. Foundation, Solano-Napa Area Agency on Aging, Matrix Parent Network, Napa ParentsCAN (founding president) and Community Resources for Children.
In addition, Mr. Morse has served on the Land Trust of Napa County Investment and Finance Committee and the Napa County Commission on Aging. He has awards and commendations for pro bono legal services from the State Bar of California, Napa County Superior Court Judges, Napa County Bar Association and Legal Aid of the North Bay.
I would wager that Mr. Morse did exactly what his client, Mr. Fogerty, wanted him to do. We need more attorneys like him.
Methinks this Mr. Gianelli doth protest too much.
Paula Belden / Napa
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