April 18, 2012
Drug Purchase From Client Draws Suspension
The Minnesota Supreme Court has imposed a suspension of a minimum of 90 days of an attorney who purchased a controlled substance from a client.
The attorney pleaded guilty to fifth-degree possession of a controlled substance. The trial court stayed adjudication and placed the attorney on probation. The attorney must comply with the probationary conditions on reinstatement. (Mike Frisch)
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