An attorney suspended for misconduct related to a client’s estate made a sufficient showing of his rehabilitation for reinstatement to the practice of law, the Arizona Supreme Court has ruled.
After being caught on a surveillance video while helping a client break into the home of her estranged husband, a New Mexico attorney had his license suspended for two years.
A Minnesota attorney has been disciplined for allegedly having sex with a divorce client and billing her for the time.
An indefinite suspension is a sufficient sanction for an attorney who violated his firm’s shareholder agreement by depositing earned fees into his personal bank account, the Iowa Supreme Court has ruled.
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has issued a three-month suspension to a lawyer convicted of attempting to remove her 12-year-old son from the custody of her ex-husband.
State law did not permit the reinstatement of an attorney to the practice of law after he was paroled for a felony drunk driving offense, the Colorado Supreme Court has ruled in reversing a disciplinary order.