Wednesday, November 18, 2009

The Path To Immediate Disbarment

The header from a decision issued today by the Maryland Court of Appeals:

Immediate disbarment was required to protect the public from a respondent who (1) misappropriated clients' funds, (2) performed no services whatsoever on clients' behalf, (3) lied to clients about the status of their case, and (4) provided clients with a falsified administrative agency "Decision" that had not been issued by the agency.

Sounds right to me. (Mike Frisch)

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