The Indiana Supreme Court has suspended an Indianapolis attorney who pleaded guilty to drunken driving and resisting police.
The Indiana Supreme Court Disciplinary Commission filed a “Notice of Finding of Guilt and Request for Suspension” against Breanne Joy Strubinger after she was found guilty last year of operating a vehicle while intoxicated as a Level 6 felony and resisting law enforcement as a Class A misdemeanor. The justices suspended her last week.
A disciplinary complaint was first filed against Strubinger in January, and her suspension will remain in effect until that disciplinary action is resolved or until further order of the court, provided no other suspensions are in effect.
According to mycase.in.gov, Strubinger also pleaded guilty in May 2015 to OWI while endangering a person as a Class A misdemeanor and was on probation when the latest offense occurred.
The full order suspending Strubinger can be read here. The order incorrectly lists her first name as Breanna.