April 27, 2007
Should This Letter Have Gone In The Circular File?
The Kansas Supreme Court suspended an attorney for three months. After a public censure, the attorney sent a lenghty letter to 281 people that characterized the sanction as a slap on the wrist and denounced the process by which discipline had been imposed. The court found that the content of the letter was prejudicial to the administration of justice in violation of Rule 8.4(d). A minority would have imposed a less severe sanction. (Mike Frisch)
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