Monday, July 20, 2009

One Joint, Two Court Orders

The New York Appellate Division for the Fourth Judicial Department has imposed reciprocal discipline based on a one-year deferred suspension of the attorney in Tennessee. The misconduct involved a self-report of a 2006 incident in which the attorney had possessed a marijuana cigarette. The attorney had completed the terms of the Tennessee court order and the court here imposed the suspension effective in 2006.

The link to the court's web page is here. The case is Matter of Feeney, decided July 2, 2009. (Mike Frisch)

http://lawprofessors.typepad.com/legal_profession/2009/07/the-new-york-appellate-division-for-the-fourth-judicial-department-has-imposed-reciprocal-discipline-based-on-a-one-year-defe.html

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