Wednesday, March 6, 2013
A 2010 Florida Coastal School of Law graduate has been denied admission to the Bar by the Ohio Supreme Court.
The court agreed with the unfavorable recommendation of the Board of Commissioners on Character and Fitness in light of several issues.
The applicant failed to disclose numerous traffic violations (no fewer than 14), including driving on a suspended license. He provided four different explanations of the failure to disclose.
Further, the applicant was not truthful regarding the repayment of a default judgment entered due to his failure to pay city taxes.
The applicant will be permitted to reapply in July 2017. (Mike Frisch)