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Wisconsin Supreme Court

ATTORNEYS - The Wisconsin Supreme Court suspended Michael Inglimo's license to practice law for three years and required him to submit to random drug tests for one year. Inglimo may not have had sex with a client in the course of a three-way sexual encounter between the client and the client's girlfriend, but he did have a threesome with a woman and the wife of a client he was representing in a divorce proceeding. He also smoked marijuana with a client and had sex with the spouse of a client in that client's presence, which limited his ability to represent his client.

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