Tuesday, May 20, 2008

No Due Process Violation

The Connecticut Appellate Court affirmed a trial court order of an 18 month suspension of an already suspended attorney for neglect of an employment discrimination case and failure to return an unearned fee. The attorney claimed a violation of due process based on the admission of a transcript at a hearing. The court rejected the claim because the attorney had been provided a full opportunity to cross-examine in the transcript. (Mike Frisch)

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