Tuesday, April 22, 2008

Suspended Suspension For Recovering Addict

An attorney who had used a forged prescription to attempt to obtain a controlled substance violated Rule
8.4(b) by engaging in a criminal act that adversely reflected on his fitness to practice. He had been subject to an interim suspension and is making progress in a program for addiction recovery. The North Dakota Supreme Court imposed a suspended sanction of a two-year suspension with a series of conditions. The suspension will be imposed for a violation of the conditions of the lawyer's disciplinary probation. (Mike Frisch)


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