Category Archives: Lawyer criminal misconduct

Georgia Supreme Court rejects lawyer’s agreement for reprimand for threatening and improper e-mails in his divorce case

Hello everyone and welcome to this Ethics Alert which will discuss the recent opinion of the Georgia Supreme Court rejecting an agreement between a lawyer and the Georgia Bar for a reprimand as a sanction for the lawyer’s “inappropriate threatening … Continue reading

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Pennsylvania lawyer agrees to disbarment for forging judge’s name on court order and misspelling it

Hello everyone and welcome to this Ethics Alert which will discuss the recent Pennsylvania Supreme Court disciplinary Order disbarring a lawyer on consent for forging a judge’s name on an Order and misspelling it. The disciplinary case isIn the Matter … Continue reading

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Ohio lawyer suspended indefinitely after conviction for filing false documents with IRS and falsifying e-mail in malpractice action

Hello and welcome to this Ethics Alert blog which will discuss the recent Ohio Supreme Court opinion suspending a lawyer indefinitely after her conviction for filing false documents with the Internal Revenue Service and falsifying an e-mail in a malpractice … Continue reading

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Illinois Review Board recommends disbarment for criminal prosecutor who had personal relationships with criminal defendant and a minor witness in another case

Hello and welcome to this Ethics Alert blog which, in keeping with the theme of discipline of former criminal prosecutors, will discuss the recent Report and Recommendation of the Illinois Disciplinary Review Board to uphold the Illinois Hearing Board’s recommendation … Continue reading

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lllinois Hearing Board recommends disbarment for former Florida lawyer convicted of Florida felony crimes and federal crimes of tampering with and threatening witnesses who were members of his family

Hello everyone!  Happy 2013 and welcome to this Ethics Alert blog which will discuss recent Illinois Disciplinary Hearing Board Report and Recommendation that a lawyer be disbarred after his conviction of multiple Florida criminal acts and for his federal conviction … Continue reading

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lllinois discipline board recommends that former criminal prosecutor who engaged in inappropriate conduct toward a minor defendant and minor victim in separate criminal cases be disbarred

Hello everyone and welcome to this Ethics Alert blog which will discuss very recent report and recommendation of an Illinois discipline board that a former criminal prosecutor who engaged in inappropriate conduct with a defendant and victim in separate criminal … Continue reading

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