Daily Court Reporter - News Supreme Court of Ohio considers disciplinary action against attorney who accused judges of incompetence
Supreme Court of Ohio considers disciplinary action against attorney who accused judges of incompetence
Kathleen Maloney, Supreme Court of Ohio
The Ohio Supreme Court on Tuesday, June 26th, heard four oral arguments, including an issue brought by the Ohio Board of Professional Conduct which is recommending a one-year suspension with six months stayed for Cleveland attorney Richard A. Oviatt. According to the board’s report, the attorney “impugned the integrity of the judges from the Eighth District Court of Appeals by accusing them of incompetence, corruption, and criminal conduct.”
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Date Published: July 11, 2018