An Evansville lawyer is on probation following his guilty plea to operating a vehicle while intoxicated.
Glenn A. Grampp began a one-year probationary period Thursday after he pleaded guilty in June to Class A misdemeanor OWI with an alcohol concentration equivalent of 0.15 or more. Grampp received a 180-day suspended sentence, while two other charges — Class B misdemeanor OWI and an infraction for driving the wrong way on a one-way road — were dismissed, according to online court records.
Grampp was previously convicted of Class A misdemeanor OWI in December 2011.
“Respondent has no prior discipline in nearly five decades of practice and has cooperated with both his criminal and his disciplinary proceedings,” the Indiana Supreme Court wrote, finding Grampp violated Indiana Professional Conduct Rule 8.4(b).
The parties agreed on a 30-day suspension, all stayed subject to Grampp’s completion of one year of probation with monitoring by the Indiana Judges and Lawyers Assistance Program.
The costs of the proceeding are assessed against Grampp, who was ordered to pay $13.80 to the Indiana Supreme Court Disciplinary Commission and $250 to the clerk of the court. Hearing officer expenses will be submitted separately.
The case is In the Matter of: Glenn A. Grampp, 20S-DI-697.