Monday, October 29, 2012

Close Relationship Interrupted By Gunfire

A Massachusetts attorney has been indefinitely suspended as a result of his conviction of weapons offenses.

During the course of a "heated argument," the attorney "fired a gun in the direction of a woman with whom he had a close relationship."

The attorney was sentenced to three to five years in prison followed by probation. He had been suspended since the incident. The court imposed the suspension as of the date of the interim suspension.

The Salem News had this report. (Mike Frisch)

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