After four probable cause findings of ethical misconduct in four different presentments during the first six months of this year, Branford, Conn., solo Raymond J. Lemley has been forced by court order to relinquish his practice.

Ruling earlier this month, New Haven Superior Court Judge Linda K. Lager ordered Lemley to wrap up his solo work within six months and enter into a work arrangement where he is associated with or employed by another attorney or law firm. The onus is on Lemley to find another attorney with whom to practice, Assistant Disciplinary Counsel Patricia King said. He must present the court with his practice plan and cannot be named signatory on any clients’ funds or trust accounts.

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