A panel appointed by the Disciplinary Board of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania recommended on Oct. 26 that former Penn State general counsel and former Pennsylvania Supreme Court Justice Cynthia Baldwin be cleared of any ethics violations in a 43-page opinion finding that she did disclose all relevant conflicts of interest when it came to her representation of Penn State officials during the Jerry Sandusky scandal.
Baldwin’s attorney, Charles De Monaco of Fox Rothschild in Pittsburgh, who was commenting on behalf of Baldwin, said that it was clear following the evidentiary hearing in May that Baldwin did not violate any of the Rules of Professional Conduct.
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