Legal Ethics

6-Month Law License Suspension Is Recommended for Ex-Ohio AG


A former attorney general of Ohio should lose his law license for six months, a disciplinary panel of the state supreme court has recommended.

Marc Dann had agreed to a six-month suspension, stayed, but the 28-member board of commissioners on grievances and discipline is seeking a six-month suspension without a stay, the Vindicator reports.

As detailed in earlier ABAJournal.com posts, Dann was accused of operating the AG’s office like an out-of-control frat house prior to his resignation.

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