Legal Ethics

Mass. Lawyer Suspended for Using Client’s Handicapped Parking Permit


A Massachusetts lawyer has been suspended for a year and a day for using a client’s handicapped parking permit in an effort to get more than a dozen parking tickets dismissed.

Lawyer Garrison Stuart Corben, 36, was accused of using the placard issued to the parents of a disabled girl and another placard issued to her dead uncle, the Salem News reports. When parking officials sought proof of Corben’s claim that he was driving the girl to appointments in his Mercedes, Corben faked two letters from her, bar officials claimed.

“Without being a bother, I would also be thankful if you could dismiss this ticket,” said one of the letters claiming to be written by the girl.

Corben agreed to the license suspension, the story says. Corben had lived in the home of the girl’s mother and had represented her in some matters, the story says.

Previous:
Probe of Slain Lawyer Leads to Allegations of Scam Involving His Law Firm

Next:
Well-Known Fla. Lawyer Charged with Skimming from Court-Appointed Accounts


We welcome your comments, but please adhere to our comment policy. Flag comment for moderator.

Commenting is not available in this channel entry.