Additional details are now coming out about Aaron Ogden Newman, Jr., 55, of Longview, the man arrested on Monday, for allegedly practicing law without a license in King County. Documents from King County Superior Court allege that Newman was practicing law without a license between September first of 2009 and December 31st of 2010. It’s claimed that Newman was involved in an outfit called “Parents Against Parental Alienation,” supposedly offering advice to clients involved in divorce and custody battles. Newman’s name also shows up on a consumer advocacy website, with people complaining about “PAPA,” also mentioning his name in connection with a group called “Inventor Support Corporation.” Newman was arrested Monday at a home on Westover Drive in Longview, and is now being held on a $30,000 warrant, charging him with two counts of unlawful practice of law, and two counts of first-degree theft. He’s also being served with other warrants from Seattle and Longview. The investigation into his alleged activities is continuing.