Monthly Archives: June 2014

Florida Supreme Court increases suspension of former prosecutor to 2 years for extensive texting and calls with circuit judge presiding over prosecutor’s murder trial

Hello everyone and welcome to this Ethics Alert blog which will discuss the June 2013 Florida Supreme Court opinion suspending a lawyer and former prosecutor for extensive texting with a presiding judge who was the judge in the prosecutor’s first … Continue reading

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Florida Supreme Court disbars former judge for extensive texting with prosecutor while presiding in murder trial and “dishonest conduct”

Hello everyone and welcome to this Ethics Alert blog which will discuss the recent Florida Supreme Court opinion disbarring a lawyer and former judge for extensive texting with a prosecutor at the same time that she was the presiding judge … Continue reading

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Florida Supreme Court increases referee’s recommended sanction of lawyer from 6 month suspension to 3 year suspension

Hello everyone and welcome to this Ethics Alert blog which will discuss the recent Florida Supreme Court opinion suspending a lawyer for 3 years after the referee recommended a 6 month suspension. The opinion is: The Florida Bar v. David … Continue reading

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