Tuesday, October 7, 2008

Probation For False Testimony

The Colorado Presiding Disciplinary Judge approved a conditional admission and imposed a 60 day suspension, stayed in its entirety in favor of two years probation, of an attorney who had testified falsely in a criminal trial. The attorney had claimed a Ph.D. in psychology when, in fact, the degree had not yet been awarded. "The [false] testimony was not material to the remainer of her testimony." (Mike Frisch)


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