Top court explains disbarment of attorney who abandoned clients

Ex-solo practitioner also stopped attending counseling sessions for alcoholism

The Court of Appeals disbarred an attorney because he abandoned his representation of clients in two separate cases and failed to inform Bar Counsel that he had violated an agreement to stop using alcohol and attend counseling sessions. The court explained, in a unanimous opinion filed Wednesday, its reasons for immediately disbarring Cumberland solo practitioner Charles ...

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