Legal Ethics

Attorney Gives Up License After Conviction In Law Office Arson Case


An attorney has voluntarily given up her West Virginia license after being convicted of arson concerning a small fire at the law firm at which she then worked.

Ashley R. Shreve, 30, was sentenced earlier this year to five years of probation, with conditions, concerning a box of files set on fire at the Martinsburg office of McNeer, Highland, McMunn and Varner in September 2007, reports the West Virginia Record.

Additional coverage:

ABAJournal.com: “Attorney Charged with Arson & Attempted Arson in Law Firm Fires”

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