The Daily Report
I am considering running for judicial office in Pennsylvania in 2015. Under the new Code of Judicial Conduct, what can I say or not say during the judicial campaign?
Hard-charging criminal defense lawyer Ralph Crozier is known for impassioned defense of his clients. But he will be the unfamiliar position of sitting in the defendant's chair when he arrives for the first day of his trial on federal money laundering charges on Tuesday, Sept. 16, in New Haven.
A young lawyer who last year had his license revoked in Pennsylvania now has been disbarred in New Jersey for fraudulent billing—even though the scheme didn't put any money in his pocket.
DeKalb D.A.'s call for recusal in murder case was wrong, they say
State grievance officials have made new allegations in their disciplinary case against Torrington attorney Ira Mayo.
The former employee of a San Antonio firm has updated her lawsuit against the firm and its two partners after one of those lawyers was arrested and charged with solicitation of capital murder in an alleged plot to kill the woman.
A former client of Thompson & Knight files a $1 million lawsuit against the firm, alleging that it had a conflict of interest when representing him and a third party in an acquisition.
The former chairman of the state Democratic Party has been indicted by a federal grand jury on charges that he defrauded clients of his law practice of more than $1.8 million, the U.S. Attorney of the Northern District of Georgia announced late Friday.
"That was a lot of work and a lot of opinion for a public reprimand for a judge who's resigned," said Houston attorney Terry Yates, who represented Pratt in connection with criminal complaints filed against her.
A Brooklyn appellate panel disbarred an attorney who failed to inform the court of a misdemeanor attempted criminal tax fraud conviction and then defaulted in disciplinary proceedings, also imposing discipline on two other attorneys for conduct in nearby states.