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Public reprimand

MONTGOMERY, Ala. — The Alabama Supreme Court ruled a judge and attorney should not have been suspended from practicing law for having an affair they did not disclose for several months, even while the attorney was appearing before the judge in some judicial actions. Given the “lack of tangible damage” and mitigating circumstances, the court ruled “circumstances call for, at most, a public reprimand."

Read the opinion here.

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