Friday, July 1, 2011

Interim Suspension For Stalking Conviction

An attorney who was convicted of stalking and sentenced to six month in a county jail has been suspended on an interim basis by the Oklahoma Supreme Court. If the conviction is reversed, the disciplinary proceedings will be dismissed. If he wishes to resign from the Oklahoma Bar, he may do so.

The attorney may set aside the interim suspension on a showing of good cause. (Mike Frisch)

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