Thursday, May 9, 2013

What Happens When A Disbarred Lawyer Continues to Practice Law?

He goes to jail:
Accordingly, we approve the referee’s findings of fact, recommendations of guilt, and recommended sanctions as set forth in the report of the referee. Robert V. Palmer is sentenced to sixty (60) days in jail. Palmer shall surrender to the Duval County Sheriff within five (5) days after service of this order on Palmer. In the event Palmer does not surrender, the Sheriff of Duval County, Florida, is authorized and directed to take Palmer into custody and imprison him for sixty (60) days.
Cool -- dude's name is Robert Palmer!




7 comments:

Anonymous said...

That should help in the pokey.

Anonymous said...

INteresting read.

Anonymous said...

"I'm trying to listen to the new Robert Palmer tape, but Evelyn, my supposed fiance, keeps buzzing in my ear." --- Patrick Bateman.

Charles Brawnyson said...

I had no idea that disbarred lawyers would ever continue practicing law. I'm glad my lawyers in Parksville would never do anything like that.

John Burgess said...

I wonder what practicing medicine without a license would draw? Sixty days?

galen nikolaidis said...

I had no idea that disbarred lawyers would ever continue practicing law. Thanks for sharing this informative post. Maybe a sexual abuse medford oregon attorney can do that.

Anonymous said...

Good post. I'm experiencing some of these issues as well..

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