William Britton “Britt” Hall, a former Houston solo who walked away from his practice in January 2006, leaving numerous clients in the lurch, agreed to a suspension of his law license in a State Bar of Texas District No. 3B02 Grievance Committee agreed judgment signed on Feb. 2.

Hall received an active suspension from the practice of law for one year and a probated suspension for an additional two years.

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