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Attorneys – Discipline – Public Reprimand – Reciprocal Discipline

In Tennessee, respondent was censured for failing to communicate with his client and for failing to diligently pursue his client’s interests; hearing no response from respondent, we impose the identical discipline by publicly reprimanding respondent.

In re Deslauriers (Lawyers Weekly No. 010-036-18, 2 pp.) (Per Curiam) John Nichols for Office of Disciplinary Counsel; Francis Deslauriers, pro se. S.C. S. Ct.


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