The Ohio Supreme Court suspended a private practice attorney’s license for two years after he was convicted of an armed confrontation with a rental property tenant, during what physicians believed was a severe manic episode, according to the court’s per curiam judgment on Thursday.

Robert Tracy Hoover, a Portsmouth attorney with nearly 30 years of experience, had his license suspended on an interim basis in October 2020, following his felony conviction of burglary in which he threatened to shoot a rental property tenant and shattered a glass door leading to the residence, the judgment said.

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