Tag Archives: Lawyer conduct prejudicial to the administration of justice

Federal prosecutor suspended after disclosure of intimate relationship with FBI agent who testified in her cases

Hello everyone and welcome to this Ethics Alert which will discuss the recent Louisiana Supreme Court disciplinary opinion which imposed a one year and one day suspension with 6 months deferred on a federal prosecutor for having an intimate relationship … Continue reading

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Zealous representation or lawyer misconduct? Where does the Florida Supreme Court draw the line?

Hello everyone and welcome to this Ethics Alert will discuss the lawyer’s duty to competently and zealously represent a client and the Florida Supreme Court decisions addressing when a lawyer’s conduct may cross the line and constitute misconduct and violate … Continue reading

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Florida Supreme Court rejects referee’s recommendation of public reprimand and suspends lawyer for 10 days for failing to appear at hearing

Hello everyone and welcome to this Ethics Alert which will discuss the recent Florida Supreme Court disciplinary opinion which rejected a referee’s recommendation of a public reprimand and suspended a lawyer for 10 days for failing to appear at a … Continue reading

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New Jersey Supreme Court suspends lawyer for one year as reciprocal discipline for New York litigation misconduct

Hello everyone and welcome to this Ethics Alert which will discuss the recent New Jersey Supreme Court order/opinion which imposed a one year reciprocal suspension on a lawyer as reciprocal discipline for misconduct in a New York litigation matter. The … Continue reading

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Illinois Disciplinary Review Board recommends 5 month suspension for lawyer who failed to correct false client affidavit and made false statements to court

Hello everyone and welcome to this Ethics Alert which will discuss the recent Illinois disciplinary Review Board report which recommended a 5 month suspension for a lawyer who was found to have failed to correct his client’s false affidavit claiming … 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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