Wednesday, May 2, 2012

Attorney Disbarred For Setting Fire To Parents' Business

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has accepted the consent disbarment of an attorney who pleaded guilty but mentally ill to a charge of arson (endangered persons).

The Daily Item reported that the attorney had set fire to Irvin's Country Tinware, a business owned by his parents. The august 7, 2007 fire caused $1.8 million in damage.

The sentence in the criminal case prohibit him from coming with 100 yards of the residences of his parents and siblings. He also is prohibited from coming within 100 yards of any place where his siblings are employed and the schools of their children. (Mike Frisch)

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