Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Criminal Conduct Leads To Proposed Suspension

A Louisiana Hearing Board has proposed a two-year suspension  of an attorney for three instances of criminal behavior. The first involved driving while intoxicated. The second was an incident where he had smashed his ex-wife's car with a shovel and fled from police. The third also involved driving while intoxicated that had resulted in an accident causing injuries to the other driver. The lawyer fled the scene and was arrested by police hiding in the woods. (Mike Frisch)

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board decision has been appealed to the court, which will hear and decide the case

Posted by: fred ours | Sep 10, 2008 11:41:38 AM

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