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 1996 News Releases

News Release #093

FOR IMMEDIATE NEWS RELEASE

NEWS RELEASE # 093

FROM: CLERK OF SUPREME COURT OF LOUISIANA

On the 20th day of September, 1996 , the following action was taken by the Supreme Court of Louisiana in the case(s) listed below:
 

PER CURIAM :

96-B - 0603 IN RE: HENRY B. KING, JR.

DISCIPLINARY PROCEEDINGS

Accordingly, and considering respondent's prior disciplinary record, it is ordered that respondent be suspended from the practice of law for a period of six (6) months, with the sentence deferred for a one-year probationary period. Deferment of respondent's suspension shall be subject to the following probation conditions: (1) that a probation monitor be appointed to assist respondent in the implementation of engagement and termination letters and the rendition of client accountings as well as the development and use of internal controls and systems for file and case management, and that the probation monitor may require respondent to engage the services of a certified public accountant, at respondent's expense, to ensure that all client funds are dispersed and protected in an orderly manner during the period of probation; (2) that respondent timely pay all bar dues and assessment fees, and comply with all registration and MCLE requirements; (3) that respondent cooperate with the Office of Disciplinary Counsel regarding the investigation of any complaint filed against him; and (4) that there shall be no violations of the Rules of Professional Conduct by respondent during the probationary period. All costs of these proceedings are assessed against respondent.

WATSON, J. - not on panel. Rule IV, Part 2, Section 3.

LEMMON, J. - concurs and assigns reasons.

BLEICH, J. - dissents.

96-B - 1033 IN RE: ALYMER M. WYCHE, III

DISCIPLINARY PROCEEDINGS

Upon review of the hearing committee and the disciplinary board's findings and recommendations, and upon considering the record, briefs, and oral argument, it is the decision of this court that the recommendations of the disciplinary board be accepted. All costs of these proceedings are assessed against respondent. SUSPENSION ORDERED.

LEMMON, J. - not on panel. Rule IV, Part 2, Section 3.

 

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