An attorney accused of interfering with a witness in a pending criminal case was suspended for six months, followed by one year of probation.

Decatur solo practitioner Jason Lee Van Dyke, an attorney with a history of lawyer discipline sanctions, said the COVID-19 pandemic was delaying his trial, and he chose to take the suspension during a time most lawyers aren’t practicing much anyway.

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