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2009AP1830-D OLR v. Grogan

Professional Responsibility

Where attorney William J. Grogan used his trust account as a business and personal account, a 60-day suspension is appropriate.

“We are satisfied the record supports the imposition of a 60-day license suspension, together with the recommended conditions. We approve the OLR’s request for costs of $6,425.53. Attorney Grogan has filed no objection to costs and the record discloses no extraordinary circumstances to reduce costs.”

2009AP1830-D OLR v. Grogan

Per Curiam.
Attorneys: For Appellant: Grogan, William J., Appleton; For Respondent: St. Ores, Sheryl A., Madison

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