Monday, March 12, 2007

Voice Mail Misconduct

An attorney who accepted an 18 month suspension in Georgia has been recommended for the same reciprocal discipline by the District of Columbia Board on Professional Responsibility. The misconduct? After being terminated by his former law firm, the attorney accessed the firm voice mail message system, listened to and deleted messages. This conduct took place for about eighteen months. Georgia found a violation of the prohibition against dishonesty, fraud, deceit or misrepresentation. There is no mention in the D.C. report about the motive for the misconduct. (Mike Frisch)

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