Thursday, December 12, 2013
The New York Appellate Division for the First Judicial Department has suspended an attorney on an interim basis as a result of these charges:
The relief sought is based upon respondent having engaged in multiple acts of sexual misconduct in Maryland between 1999 and 2010, some of which resulted in convictions; his admissions under oath that he was not truthful in a prior deposition before the Committee and in his law school and New York State Bar applications; and his impersonating another attorney and engaging in the unauthorized practice of law in courts where he is not admitted. Respondent has not opposed the motion.
The suspension is effective through the conclusion of the disciplinary proceedings.
The Baltimore Sun reported on charges against the attorney
Police are accusing a 29-year-old Baltimore man with ejaculating on a woman in the Montgomery College Library on Oct. 9 and then exposing himself to her.
According to news reports, a man ejaculated on a woman's arm while she was reading in the library. When she turned around, the man then exposed himself to her and then fled the library, police said. He returned shortly and then left again, and police were able to identify him from the woman's description and video surveillance footage.