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Daily Court Reporter - News August disciplinary hearings announced

 

August disciplinary hearings announced

Staff Report, Supreme Court of Ohio

The Board of Professional Conduct recently announced the disciplinary hearings involving attorneys and judges charged with professional misconduct that are scheduled in August. All hearings take place before a three-member panel of the board and are open to the public.

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Date Published: August 12, 2016

 

Supreme Court of Ohio

 

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