Thursday, June 14, 2012

No Benefit To Explaining

The Oregon Supreme Court entered an order suspending an attorney for 18 months for misconduct in four matters.

The court rejected the Bar's request for a restitution order.

As to its reasoning:

An explanation of the extensive facts related to the four matters underlying the proceedings and of the appropriateness of the sanction would not benefit the bench, bar, or public.

(Mike Frisch)

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