A hearing committee of the Board on Professional Responsibility has recommended that an assistant D.C. attorney general receive a 30-day stayed suspension for ethical violations allegedly committed while in private practice.

In a July 20 report, the hearing committee approved a negotiated discipline for Rachele Reid that would also require her to serve a one-year unsupervised probation and to complete a mandatory CLE course. Based on the hearing committee’s report, the board will make an official recommendation to the D.C. Court of Appeals, which makes final decisions on all disciplinary matters.

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