The Indiana Supreme Court has publicly reprimanded a Hamilton County adoption attorney who failed to inform his clients that a birth mother they planned to adopt a baby from had chosen someone else to adopt her child.
A Marion attorney who failed to communicate with multiple clients and failed to cooperate with an Indiana Supreme Court Disciplinary Commission investigation has been suspended from the practice of law for three years without automatic reinstatement.
For the second time in a month, the Indiana Supreme Court has threatened to impose jail time on an attorney found in contempt if she does not pay a fine for practicing law while her license was suspended.
The Department of Justice has objected to Chicago’s request for a preliminary injunction barring the Trump administration from withholding public safety grants from so-called sanctuary cities that don’t comply with U.S. immigration laws.
A former judge and public defender who was convicted of felony official misconduct after he was accused of sexual contact with jailed clients has resigned rather than face an attorney discipline hearing related to the charges.