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Former St. Louis assistant prosecutors face discipline

When a prosecutor learns of misdeeds by fellow law-enforcers, does she have a duty to report everything she knows? And if so, how quickly? These were the core questions on Jan. 23 at the Missouri Supreme Court’s disciplinary hearings of two former St. Louis assistant circuit attorneys whose conduct during a 2014 scandal is now under the microscope.

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St. Louis attorney suspended for forgery

Missouri Supreme Court

The Missouri Supreme Court on Nov. 20 suspended indefinitely the law license of Mary L. Lemp, a lawyer in St. Louis, after finding she had committed forgery in court motions. The judges blocked Lemp from applying for reinstatement for six months.

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Leawood lawyer imprisoned for tax evasion

A Leawood, Kansas, attorney was sentenced on Oct. 29 to 18 months in federal prison and ordered to pay about $202,000 in restitution for federal tax evasion. David B. Mandelbaum, 58, pleaded guilty in August to concealing assets and income ...

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State Supreme Court reinstates two attorneys

The Missouri Supreme Court has reinstated the law licenses of a Kansas City attorney who was disbarred 11 years ago and a Nevada attorney, formerly of Jefferson City, whose license was suspended five years ago. On Aug. 21, the court ...

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Supreme Court places Lebanon lawyer on interim suspension

A Lebanon attorney involved in a pending disciplinary case has been suspended after the Office of Chief Disciplinary Counsel said it found multiple instances in which he forged client signatures on settlements and entered into settlements without notifying them. The ...

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