Monday, September 13, 2010

Which Is It?

The Georgia Supreme Court vacated an earlier opinion and rejected a notice of discipline due to the inconsistency of the proposed discipline:

The Notice of Discipline states that the Investigative Panel of the State Disciplinary Board directed the Office of the General Counsel, State Bar of Georgia “to issue a Notice of Discipline for a Public Reprimand” and thereafter states that the Investigative Panel “has determined that the appropriate disciplinary sanction to be imposed upon [the attorney] is a Public Reprimand,” but the Notice thereafter sets forth the “reasons [the Investigative Panel] recommends that [the attorney] be disbarred” and concludes with a prayer to this Court that we enter an order disbarring [the attorney].

(Mike Frisch)

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