A lawyer who pretended to be one of his college fraternity brothers so he could obtain a driver’s license in that person’s name, possibly with a view towards prurient uses, was reprimanded on Feb. 15 by the New Jersey Supreme Court.

The court found that Hamilton solo Anthony L. Velasquez violated Rule of Professional Conduct 8.4(b), (c) and (d), which prohibit conduct that adversely reflects on a lawyer’s honesty, involves fraud or deceit, and is prejudicial to the administration of justice.

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