Louisville attorney’s Indiana suspension made indefinite

A Louisville attorney’s suspension from practicing law in Indiana five months ago has been made indefinite due to his continuing noncooperation with a disciplinary investigation.

The Indiana Supreme Court on Thursday issued an order converting the sanction against Kenneth L. Sales to an indefinite suspension.

Sales was suspended Sept. 25 for failing to cooperate with the Indiana Supreme Court Disciplinary Commission’s investigation of a grievance against him. Sales already had been suspended for failing to keep up with continuing legal education requirements.

Neither the Sept. 25 order nor Thursday’s order specify the nature of the underlying grievance against Sales. Thursday’s order suspending Sales indefinitely was effective immediately. In order to be readmitted to practice, Sales will be required to cure all suspensions and successfully petition the court for reinstatement pursuant to Admission and Discipline Rule 23(18)(b).

The case is In the Matter of: Kenneth L. Sales, 20S-DI-395.

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