Wednesday, January 16, 2013

Suspension For Marijuana Possession

The Indiana Supreme Court has imposed a suspension of 180 days, with all but 30 days stayed, as a result of an attorney's guilty plea to one count of possession of marijuana.

In the criminal case, the attorney served four days in jail. In the disciplinary matter, the attorney was cooperative, had no prior discipline, and agreed to monitoring by the bar's lawyer assistance program.

The attorney will be on probation for two years as part of the disciplinary sanction. (Mike Frisch)

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