Thursday, November 8, 2012

Stayed Suspension For First Offense

The Ohio Supreme Court has imposed a stayed one year suspension of an attorney who was admitted in 1966 and had never been previously disciplined.

The court found that the attorney's trust account practices violated ethics rules but that he had not acted dishonestly. Rather, his lapses were "the result of bad time management and recordkeeping."

The attorney must comply with monitored probation for two years. (Mike Frisch)

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