The saga of Zenas Zelotes, the lawyer who championed his right to have an "intimate" relationship with his clients, reached another milestone the other day when Judge Frank D'Andrea ordered him suspended for five months. For those who have not followed this tale, it all began when Mr. Z was caught in flagrante delicto with his client by her then divorcing husband. Allegedly (though I don't think this is really disputed) they were sharing wine, listening to mood music, and cuddling in the client's candle-lit kitchen while supposedly preparing her trial testimony.
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