Legal Ethics

Ex-Fed'l Prosecutor Gets Suspended 1 More Year in Latest Shoplift Case


Bar authorities in North Dakota have extended for another year the suspension from law practice of a former federal prosecutor who admittedly shoplifted two knives in separate incidents last year.

Dennis Fisher’s suspension will now extend until August of 2010 under today’s ruling by the North Dakota Supreme Court, reports KFYR-TV.

Earlier coverage:

ABAJournal.com: “N.D. Defense Lawyer Charged in Shoplifting Case—His 3rd”

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