The indefinite suspension of a Tennessee family law attorney currently running for county judge has raised questions about whether she’ll be disqualified from ultimately taking the bench even if she wins the upcoming election.

Brentwood attorney Connie Reguli is currently a Republican candidate for Williamson County Juvenile Court judge but she was indefinitely suspended from the state bar April 22 after she was found guilty of multiple felony charges. 

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