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1997AP3058-D & 1999AP2223-D BAPR v. Glynn

Professional Responsibility

Where attorney Charles Glynn has refrained from alcohol for ten years, and held positions of trust during his suspension, reinstate is appropriate.

“Attorney Glynn has refrained from all alcohol for ten years. He has held positions of significant trust and has managed finances of St. Charles and the Wisconsin Athletic Club. Both employers have indicated their belief in his trustworthiness and have recommended his reinstatement. In short, Attorney Glynn has changed his life during the suspension period.”

“Accordingly, after careful review of the record we agree that Attorney Glynn has established by clear, satisfactory, and convincing evidence that he has satisfied the criteria necessary for reinstatement. We therefore adopt the referee’s findings of fact and conclusions of law and we accept the referee’s recommendation to reinstate Attorney Glynn’s license to practice law in Wisconsin. We need not impose any conditions upon Attorney Glynn’s reinstatement because Attorney Glynn has satisfied the conditions recommended by the referee.”

1997AP3058-D & 1999AP2223-D BAPR v. Glynn

Per Curiam.

For Appellant: Weigel, William J., Madison; Spoke, Julie Marie, Madison; For Respondent: Cayo, Richard J., Milwaukee

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