Professional: client neglect, unreturned phone calls, late for depositions, cancelled appointments, numerous "sick" days.
Legal: 1st DUI, open container, disorderly conduct.
Ethical: late for hearings, "technical" trust violations (reconciliations, ledger cards), "last minute" filings, failure to diligently prosecute/defend.
Professional: failure to come to the office and/or appear for hearings, intoxicated in court, unprofessional appearance/hygiene, inappropriate mood (depressed, angry, withdrawn), abandonment of practice.
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Business Hours & Holidays
Appellate Courts and offices are open Monday - Friday, 8:30am to 4:30pm.