A personal injury lawyer who was caught on tape making unwelcome sexual advances to a client has been suspended from practicing law for six months.

Allen H. Isaac, 76, avoided the harsher five-year suspension sought by a hearing panel and total disbarment sought by the Departmental Disciplinary Committee. The committee had charged Isaac with acts of professional misconduct after he allegedly asked a client for oral sex and made inappropriate comments about the judiciary, much of which the client secretly caught on tape.

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