The Florida Bar learned of a written filing and statements in which Janice Jennings (West Palm Beach, FL) advised the court, among other things, that her former employer implanted a microchip in her left ear that was designed to harm and disrupt her ability to function.
The ABA reports that Jennings maintained a psychological evaluation was inappropriate: “What has been done, and, at each microchip activation to me, evokes a neurological response, as opposed to a psychological response,” Jennings wrote. “Hence, if I had a neurologist’s report which I submitted, that appears more appropriate, wouldn’t you agree?”
Despite her objections, Jennings has been suspended indefinitely until she complies with the terms and conditions set forth in a court order, which include a mental evaluation and demonstration of rehabilitation.
The court previously imposed an emergency suspension that took effect in August 2014.