Tuesday, August 6, 2013

Shots In The Dark Lead To Reprimand

An attorney convicted of offenses related to firing a weapon into a private home has been reprimanded by an illinois Hearing Board.

The stipulated facts:

The Administrator and Respondent jointly stipulate that the evidence would  establish the following facts: At approximately 1:30 a.m. on March 14, 2004,  Respondent and client John Zonzo ("Zonzo"), were arrested in Berwyn, Illinois,  after an eyewitness saw two individuals, one of which fired shots into a brick  bungalow in the 2400 block of East Avenue in Berwyn, Illinois. The four  residents of the home were asleep at the time the shots were fired.

The client signed an affidavit admitting that he had fired the shots. (Mike Frisch)

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