Thursday, April 2, 2009

Presumptive Sanction Not Imposed

The Minnesota Supreme Court extended the ongoing suspension of a lawyer for three years based on a felony conviction for filing a false tax return. While the court noted that the presumptive sanction for a felony conviction is disbarment, the misconduct here was unrelated to the practice of law and did not involve client funds. (Mike Frisch)

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