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Lawyers suspended for not complying with CLE requirements

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The Indiana Supreme Court has suspended 12 attorneys for remaining delinquent regarding compliance with certain continuing legal education requirements for the period ending Dec. 31, 2009.

According to a Dec. 20 order, these attorneys were suspended because they either failed to meet the extended deadlines to complete their CLE and/or they didn’t pay applicable delinquency fees, or they resumed active status less than one year after having assumed inactive status.

The suspensions are effective immediately.

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