Thursday, May 31, 2007

Hit The Road, Jack

Most jurisdictions do not impose disbarment without possibility of reinstatement on a showing of present fitness to practice. The Ohio Supreme Court yesterday entered an order permanently disbarring an attorney as a result of a criminal conviction. The conduct involved "staging three burglaries at a former residence and in then submitting false insurance claims totalling $126,000." Aggravating factors included prior discipline and "refusal to acknowledge the wrongful nature of his conduct." (Mike Frisch)

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