A prosecutor in Kansas has failed to block the suspension of his law license by arguing that his alleged Asperger's syndrome played a part in his decision to show sexually explicit photos of drunken teens at a party to their parents to demonstrate the dangers of teenage drinking. The Supreme Court of Kansas concluded that Frederick Campbell violated attorney ethics rules and suspended him from practice for six months. Campbell said he agreed with the decision. "I don't relate well to other people," he said.
Prosecutor's Law License Suspended Over Explicit Photos Shown to Drunk Teens' Parents
The National Law Journal
January 21, 2009