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Shohin H. Vance of Kleinbard. Shohin H. Vance of Kleinbard.

In February, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court issued its decision detailing Cynthia Baldwin’s pervasive professional misconduct related to her representation of Penn State and its administrators during the grand jury investigation into Jerry Sandusky. After setting forth the multitude of violations committed, Justice Christine Donohue, writing for the court, concluded by expressing concern that Baldwin “has never contemplated, much less expressed remorse” and, instead, had “seen fit to cast blame for her problems on everyone involved here including the Disciplinary Board, the Office of Disciplinary Counsel, the Superior Court, and [her former clients].” See Office of Disciplinary Counsel v. Baldwin, 225 A.3d 817, 858 (Pa. 2020).

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