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Attorney Jason Van Dyke. (Courtesy photo) Attorney Jason Van Dyke. (Courtesy photo)

The Georgia Supreme Court refused to accept a Texas-based lawyer’s petition for voluntary discipline after the onetime Proud Boys lawyer pleaded no contest to making a false police report.

Jason Van Dyke, who is licensed to practice, in addition to Georgia, in Texas, Colorado and the District of Columbia—and whose license is on probationary status in all three of those jurisdictions—had asked the justices to refrain from suspending his Georgia license after his criminal charges had been discharged—or to impose some “alternative form of discipline,” according to the opinion.

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Greg Land

Greg Land covers topics including verdicts and settlements and insurance-related litigation for the Daily Report in Atlanta.

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