Is it just me, or do you also get the sense that all is not well in the Office of Chief Disciplinary Counsel? It appears that a revolving door is spitting folks out of the top slots a little too quickly these days. Why?

In recent years, leadership of the office has thrice changed hands: moving from Mark Dubois, to Patricia King, to Karyl Carrasquilla. Now comes word that the first assistant chief disciplinary counsel, Suzanne Sutton, has submitted her resignation. She’s moving to Cohen and Wolf, where she will now defend lawyers.

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