Friday, April 24, 2009

Stay Away From The MBTA

The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court accepted the resignation and ordered the disbarment of an attorney convicted of open and gross lewdness, assault and batttery, and indecent exposure. According to a summary on the web page of the Board of Bar Overseers:

Open and gross lewdness is a felony. In each case, the victim was a high school student. The respondent was sentenced to concurrent terms of two years in the house of correction on the first two counts and six months on the charges of indecent exposure, all suspended for three years subject to conditions including continued sex offender treatment; staying away from all MBTA stations and modes of transportation, Boston Latin School, and all other Boston public schools; no contact with the victims; and twenty-five hours of community service.

(Mike Frisch)

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