Ohio Lawyer Discipline

Five Cases Certified to Attorney Discipline Board
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The Board of Professional Conduct today announced five cases recently certified to the board by a probable cause panel.

In each case, a certified complaint has been sent to the respondent, and the respondent has been asked to file an answer to the allegations contained in the complaint. Once an answer is received, the case will be assigned to a three-member hearing panel of the board, and the hearing panel will conduct further proceedings in the case.

Typically, a public hearing is scheduled within four to six months after the case is assigned to a hearing panel. Please consult the Upcoming Hearings schedule for a monthly schedule of board hearings. Contact the board’s office at 614.387.9370 to confirm that a hearing will be held as scheduled or for more information about a case. Case documents can be obtained via e-mail upon request.

If the board finds that a lawyer or judge has engaged in professional misconduct, the board will file a report with the Supreme Court that includes a recommended sanction. The Supreme Court is responsible for reviewing the case record and imposing discipline.

To access the complaints in these cases, click on the individual case numbers below.

Respondent’s address: 417 Ironhorse Drive, Delaware
Respondent’s counsel: None

Case No. 2016-005
Respondent’s address: 90 N. Nelson Road, Columbus
Respondent’s counsel: None

Case No. 2016-006
Respondent’s address: 4516 Ashland Ave., Norwood
Respondent’s counsel: None

Case No. 2016-007
Respondent’s address: 1601 W. Fifth Ave., #112, Columbus
Respondent’s counsel: None

Case No. 2016-008
Respondent’s address: 110 Hoyt Block Building, 700 W. St. Clair Ave., Cleveland


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