A Virginia attorney who allegedly sent emailed threats of criminal prosecution in an effort to gain advantage in bankruptcy disputes has agreed to a public reprimand from the state bar, according to a memorandum order filed last month.

Kimberly Alice Chandler agreed to a public reprimand Nov. 28 from the Virginia State Bar following a disciplinary investigation into her threatening criminal or disciplinary charges to obtain an advantage in civil matters and offering legal advice while not retained.

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