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Attorneys – Discipline – Forgery – Client’s Signature – Suspension

Where respondent signed her client’s name to an affidavit (which, though true, the client knew nothing about), respondent violated Rules of Professional Conduct 3.3(a)(3), 3.4(b), 8.4(d) and 8.4(e).

Respondent is suspended from the practice of law in this state for nine months. She shall pay the costs incurred in the investigation and prosecution of this matter.

In re Robinson (Lawyers Weekly No. 010-075-18, 2 pp.) (Per Curiam) John Nichols and Sabrina Todd for Office of Disciplinary Counsel; Gwendolyn Robinson, pro se. S.C. S. Ct.


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