Tuesday, October 2, 2007

Relationship With Magistrate Leads To Suspension

An lawyer who served as a deputy district attorney in Colorado agreed to a three year suspension with all but six months stayed, followed by probation for two years and six months, for having a relationship with a magistrate while regularly appearing in the magistrate's court. I would assume that the magistrate also was disciplined, but I could not locate a decision on the Colorado judicial discipline web page. (Mike Frisch)


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