Wednesday, July 20, 2011
The Washington Examiner reports the suspension of a Maryland attorney:
Maryland's highest court has suspended the law license of a major ally of Montgomery County Executive Ike Leggett, causing some critics to question whether the executive appointee and former County Council member should hold a nearly $200,000 position to "coordinate communication" among law enforcement agencies.
In an opinion released Tuesday, the Maryland Court of Appeals suspended the law license of Michael Subin, the director of the county's Criminal Justice Coordinating Commission, for 90 days -- effective Aug. 1 -- after he took thousands of dollars from a trust account reserved for his legal clients.
The court's order (which provides no details) is linked here.