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Professional Responsibility — suspension

Wisconsin Supreme Court

Civil

Professional Responsibility — suspension

Where attorney John J. Doyle received a 179-day suspension in Michigan, reciprocal discipline is appropriate.

“Based upon our independent review, we determine that the SCR 22.12 stipulation should be accepted, and that Attorney Doyle’s license to practice law in Wisconsin be suspended as discipline reciprocal to that imposed by the State of Michigan Attorney Discipline Board. We further determine it is appropriate to suspend Attorney Doyle’s license to practice law in this state for the same period of time imposed by the State of Michigan Attorney Discipline Board, 179 days. We further direct Attorney Doyle to comply with all court-ordered conditions placed upon his practice by the State of Michigan Attorney Discipline Board. We agree that no costs shall be imposed in this matter.”

2013AP1215-D OLR v. Doyle

Per Curiam.

Attorneys: For Complainant: St. Ores, Sheryl A., Madison; For Respondent: Doyle, John J., Okemos, Mich.

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