Thursday, June 30, 2011

Candy And A Letter

The Indiana Supreme Court has imposed a 30 day suspension for criminal conduct described in the order:

In November 2009, Respondent went to a jail to visit a client awaiting trial for the murder of his wife. While there, Respondent gave the client candy and written material that had not been authorized by the jail authorities. The written material was a letter from the client's sister pertaining to conversations between the sister and a witness for the state. Respondent was charged with two counts of trafficking with an inmate, which were resolved by a pre-trial division agreement under which Respondent admitted the allegations.

(Mike Frisch) 

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