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Submitted June 12, 2001

George E. Kersey is a member of the District of Columbia Bar and of the Bar of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. In 1992, the Family Court of the State of Vermont found that Kersey had “willfully and contumaciously failed to comply with [the court's] Final Order and decree” in a divorce proceeding instituted by Kersey’s former wife. The court held Kersey in civil contempt and imposed monetary and other sanctions. Kersey was also found to be in contempt on several later occasions during the matrimonial litigation in Vermont.

On October 20, 1999, the Supreme Judicial Court for Suffolk County, Massachusetts, suspended Kersey from practice in that jurisdiction for three months, with the condition that Kersey would not be permitted to apply for reinstatement until he had purged himself of contempt. Kersey’s appeal to the full Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts was denied. In re Kersey, 733 N.E.2d 545 (Mass. 2000).

 
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