Monday, November 21, 2011

The Spirit Of Christmas

An attorney suspended for two years in 2009 was suspended for an additional year and until further court order by the New Jerset Supreme Court.

The misconduct involved the complaint of a client who the attorney represented prior to the first suspension.

According to the Disiplinary Review Board, the "most troubling" violations involved a Christmas Eve visit to the client at his workplace by the attorney's brother. The brother acted at the attorney's direction. The visit "evidenc[ed] a shake down of [the attorney's] own client." The threats and intimidation of the client continued past the attorney's January 2, 2009 suspension.

The attorney defaulted on the charges. (Mike Frisch)

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