The Michigan Attorney Grievance Commission has “admonished” but not disciplined Kristine Moore, the in-house counsel at Michigan State University who in 2014 led a “deficient” investigation that wrongly cleared sports doctor Larry Nassar after a student’s sex abuse complaint.

Official disciplinary actions are made public by the commission, which is the investigative and prosecutorial arm of the Michigan Supreme Court for allegations of attorney misconduct. Because Moore’s admonishment does not constitute official discipline under the commission’s rules, her reprimand remains confidential but was filed in her permanent record.

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