Indy attorney reinstated after cooperating with Disciplinary Commission

An Indianapolis attorney who was suspended last month for noncompliance with a disciplinary investigation has been reinstated to the practice of law in Indiana.

The Indiana Supreme Court reinstated Aftin R. Brown effective July 1, according to a Tuesday order. 

Brown was suspended June 29 after she failed to respond to a show-cause order regarding the investigation of a grievance against her. Brown asked for more time to respond to a demand letter from the Indiana Supreme Court Disciplinary Commission, but more than one month passed and she still had not cooperated.

But on July 1, the commission filed a certification of compliance indicating that Brown had cooperated with the investigation. Her suspension was terminated effective the same day.

The case is In the Matter of: Aftin R. Brown, 22S-DI-110.

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