A lawyer who switched places with his teenage son to cover up the son’s involvement in a car accident should be censured, says New Jersey’s Disciplinary Review Board.

The ethics board found that Drew Kapur, of Duane Morris in Hamilton, N.J., violated RPC 8.4(b) by committing an act that reflects adversely on a lawyer’s honesty, trustworthiness or fitness. Nevertheless, the misconduct was not deemed serious enough to warrant suspension from practice.

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