Wednesday, October 5, 2011

The Wrong Mentor

An attorney convicted of evading taxes over an eight year period consented to a five year suspension by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court.

The conduct was part of a larger conspiracy concocted by another attorney. The Respondent here got involved with the attorney while a law student at Temple. At Temple, he interned in a prosecutor's office and later served as a judicial clerk. He was admitted to practice in 2005, when he was in his late 50s.

The income was from a business that did not involve the practice of law. (Mike Frisch)

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