A motion for sanctions has been filed against a lawyer who gave a TV news interview about two of his cases despite one lawsuit’s court having a rule prohibiting attorneys from speaking publicly about them until after they’re resolved.

The motion stems from an Aug. 22, 2022, interview plaintiffs attorney Mark Bullman, of counsel with Isenberg & Hewitt in Sandy Springs, gave to WSB-TV in Atlanta regarding one case each in Brooklet and Griffin. In both lawsuits, he’s representing women who were allegedly searched out in public by police during traffic stops—searches in which their private parts were exposed. The interview was included in a report that first aired on Nov. 10, 2022.

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