While family law attorney Thomas J. Dancison Jr. didn’t agree with all of the allegations against him, he said he’s accepting sanctions as a learning experience to be more mindful about putting aside personal judgment of a client’s decisions.
Dancison, 52, of Lawrenceburg, Tennessee, is also admitted to practice in Pennsylvania. He received similar sanctions in each state—a public censure and a public reprimand, respectively—for allegedly having a “sexualized conversation” and physical contact with a client that would be considered “extremely offensive or provocative” by a reasonable person, according to the Board of Professional Responsibility of the Supreme Court of Tennessee order.
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