A lawyer in Sheffield, Ohio recently had his law license suspended for allegedly hypnotizing several female clients, an article on wkyc.com reported November 25.
Reports show Michael Fine’s law license was suspended by the Ohio Supreme Court on November 24. Fine was accused of soliciting sexual activity from two of his female clients by hypnotizing them. As part of his suspension, Fine must undergo treatment. The Ohio Supreme Court ordered him to immediately settle all his pending cases and to reimburse all advanced fees paid to him by his clients.
Allegations such as these are very serious and can affect one’s reputation and ability to practice for years to come. If you are in such situation in Austin, the legal team of Leichter Law Firm PC may be able to offer you valuable insight in order to recover your law license. Call our office today at 512-495-9995 to learn more about your legal options.
A Tennessee attorney’s license was suspended as ordered by the state Supreme Court after being charged with paying for sex with an underage woman, News Sentinel stated on October 8.
Reports said Attorney Kent Booher agreed last month to a plea deal where he was sentenced t0 three years probation for solicitation of a minor. Representatives from the institution that oversees ethical conduct for attorneys in the state said now that a verdict has been reached they will thoroughly review Booher’s case; his law license is suspended until a final decision can be made.
The attorneys at Leichter Law Firm PC understand how stressful and frightening it can be when facing license suspension. If you are in such predicament, our lawyers may be able to provide you professional insights on how to best defend or restore your ability to practice. Discuss your situation with us today at 512-495-9995 to learn more about your options.