Thursday, May 21, 2009

Insufficient Evidence Of Moral Change

The Minnesota Supreme Court denied a petition for reinstatement of an attorney who had been indefinitely suspended in 2007. The petitioner had expressed an interest in joining his son in law's practice. The court noted that he had been admonished on five occasions, reprimanded once and placed on probation prior to the suspension. Finding the character testimony and reformed practices evidence to be insufficient, the court was unpersuaded that he had "undergone the requisite moral change for reinstatement or recognizes that his conduct was wrong." (Mike Frisch)

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