Ex-Ohio AG Faces 6-Month Law License Suspension

Law360, New York (December 5, 2011, 9:38 PM EST) -- The Ohio Supreme Court on Monday recommended former Ohio Attorney General Marc Dann be suspended from practicing law for six months after he pled guilty to breaking ethical conduct laws during his campaign.

Dann pled guilty in 2010 to improperly paying two aides from campaign funds and failing to disclose certain campaign expenses.

Dann claimed he paid his two staffers with campaign funds because he wanted to avoid paying public funds for their political work, according to an order from a panel of the state Supreme...
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