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Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Ind. Courts - More on "Indianapolis attorney-blogger Paul Ogden faces judicial disciplinary complaint" [Updated]

One expects it will be some time before the Supreme Court Disciplinary Commission hearing officer issues a ruling, but attorney Paul Ogden, who was the focus of the hearing, writes today in his blog, Ogden on Politics, that the hearing lasted eleven and one-half hours.

[Updated at 3:24 PM] See also this post today from Prof. Sheila Kennedy, headed "Trading the First Amendment for a Law License?"

BTW, the case she mentioned that went to the SCOTUS involved an Ice Miller Attorney, Michael A. Wilkins and concerned a footnote in a COA brief filed in 1999, several years before the ILB, but the ramifications continued. See this ILB post from July 27, 2003, and this one from April 5, 2004.

Posted by Marcia Oddi on July 31, 2013 12:04 PM
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