Angry that a former client sued him, 86-year-old New Britain-based attorney Jason Pearl released the woman’s psychiatric medical records online to “embarrass” her, according to a court ruling.

Now, that action led a Superior Court judge to suspend Pearl from practicing law for two years, pausing—and possibly halting—a decadeslong career.

Read the full ruling here:  

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