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NO. BD-2004-022


S.J.C. Judgment of Resignation entered by Justice Greaney on June 8, 2004.1


On April 24, 2003, the Superior Court at Hartford, Connecticut, accepted the resignation of the respondent pursuant to § 2-52 of the Connecticut Practice Book. The respondent resigned while under investigation by disciplinary authorities in Connecticut and after the Connecticut Statewide Grievance Committee had rendered a decision that the respondent had violated Rule 1.5(a) of the Connecticut Rules of Professional Conduct. That decision is appended to this summary.

The respondent did not notify bar counsel that she had resigned in Connecticut, thereby violating S. J. C. Rule 4:01, § 16(6). On March 1, 2004, bar counsel filed a petition for reciprocal discipline in the Supreme Judicial Court for Suffolk County. On April 12, 2004, the respondent agreed to a reciprocal resignation as a disciplinary sanction. On May 20, 2004, bar counsel sent a letter assenting to resignation as a disciplinary sanction pursuant to S. J. C. Rule 4:01, §§ (1) and (3). On June 8, 2004, the county order entered judgment accepting the respondent’s resignation as a disciplinary sanction.

1 The complete Order of the Court is available by contacting the Clerk of the Supreme Judicial Court for Suffolk County.

2 Compiled by the Board of Bar Overseers based on the record before the Court.

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