When an attorney-client relationship turns nasty and litigation seems imminent, is it OK for the lawyer to send the kind of aggressive letter that attorneys sometimes write to scare off potential adversaries?

The answer is no, the Disciplinary Review Board suggests in recommending a reprimand for a lawyer who wrote such a letter, Harry Levin of Levin & Cyphers in Toms River, N.J.

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