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2010AP1939-D OLR v. Mutschler

Professional Responsibility
Revocation

Where attorney Christopher A. Mutschler committed 59 acts of misconduct, by taking clients’ money and then doing little to no legal work, revocation is appropriate.

“With respect to our disposition of the petition, it is clear under the facts of this matter that the petition for consensual revocation should be granted. The descriptions of the 59 pending investigations show a disturbing pattern of Attorney Mutschler taking an individual’s money and then doing little or no legal work to earn that money. Attorney Mutschler has demonstrated that he does not appreciate the obligations that apply to an individual who has been granted the privilege to practice law in this state.”

2010AP1939-D OLR v. Mutschler

Per Curiam.

Attorneys: For Complainant: Sellen, Keith L., Madison; Weigel, William J., Madison; For Respondent: Mutschler, Christopher A., Cedarburg

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