The Oklahoma Supreme Court on Monday ordered an interim suspension for the former general counsel of the Oklahoma State Department of Health after she pleaded guilty last month to sending herself threatening emails.

The order from the state’s high court says that Julie Marie Ezell was immediately suspended from practicing law. Ezell has until this month to show cause as to why the order of interim suspension should be set aside. According to the docket, Ezell’s attorney Ed Blau filed an application to file supplemental information to set aside the suspension Tuesday.

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