Supreme Court indefinitely suspends Knox County attorney

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A suspended Vincennes attorney’s sanction has been converted to an indefinite suspension from the practice of law for failing to cooperate with the Indiana Supreme Court Disciplinary Commission concerning a grievance filed against him.

The Indiana Supreme Court indefinitely suspended Knox County attorney Mark D. Geheb effective May 28. Geheb’s indefinite suspension comes after the court found that more than 90 days had passed since he was suspended due to noncooperation with the disciplinary process.

Geheb previously was suspended, effective immediately, in November 2018 for noncooperation with the disciplinary commission’s investigation of a grievance against him. He was ordered to reimburse the commission $513.34 for the costs of the proceedings.

The nature of the grievances against Geheb that led to the investigations against him were not disclosed in the court’s orders.

Geheb also received a six-month suspension from the practice of law commencing June 2006, but the suspension was stayed with two years of disciplinary probation, according to the Indiana Roll of Attorneys.

If Geheb seeks to be readmitted to the practice of law, he must cure the causes of all suspensions in effect and successfully petition the Supreme Court for reinstatement pursuant to Indiana Admission and Discipline Rule 23(18)(b). All justices concurred.

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