Category Archives: Lawyer impugning judge’s qualifications or integrity

Indiana lawyer who criticized judge’s “stubbornly injudicious attitude” and threatened Bar complaint against opposing counsel given 60 day suspension

Hello everyone and welcome to this Ethics Alert which will discuss the recent Indiana Supreme Court opinion suspending a lawyer for 60 days without automatic reinstatement who accused a judge of having a “stubbornly injudicious attitude” and threatened Bar complaint … Continue reading

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Illinois Review Board recommends 1 year suspension for a lawyer’s misconduct while representing himself in a small claims collection matter

Hello and welcome to this Ethics Alert blog which will discuss the recent Illinois Review Board Report and Recommendation which recommended a one year suspension with six months stayed and probation for a lawyer’s misconduct. The case is In re … Continue reading

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Idaho lawyer receives public reprimand for filing motion to withdraw stating that a magistrate judge was “lazy, incompetent, biased, prejudiced; or all or some of the above”

Hello everyone and welcome to this Ethics Alert blog which will discuss the recent Idaho State Bar Professional Conduct Board’s public reprimand of a lawyer who filed a motion to withdraw and stating that the judge was “either biased toward … Continue reading

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