After pleading guilty to harassment and disorderly conduct charges, the former head of Marshall Dennehey Warner Coleman & Goggin’s Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, office will receive a public reprimand from the state’s Supreme Court.

Timothy McMahon was already forced to resign from Marshall Dennehey, Supreme Court documents said, following an incident at the Dauphin County Bench-Bar Conference in July 2017. The Pennsylvania Supreme Court entered a disciplinary decision Wednesday.

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