Aiello Law - Chris Aiello Reprimand

Posted on Sunday, September 2nd, 2012 at 6:51am CDT by Anonymous a.

Product: Chris Aiello Law

Company: Aiello Law

Location: MI, US


Category: Law, Civil Rights

At a public hearing conducted on February 7, 2001, the parties appeared before the panel and placed a Stipulation for Consent Order of Discipline on the record. The parties advised that the stipulation was subject to approval by the Attorney Grievance Commission under the procedure described in MCR 9.115(F)(5). The panel has reviewed the testimony of Respondent Christopher Aiello and finds that the stipulation was entered into freely and voluntarily. The panel further concludes that the terms of the stipulation are reasonable and are consistent with the goals of these discipline proceedings. Respondent pled no contest to the allegations of professional misconduct contained in Count Two, sub-paragraph 21(a) of Formal Complaint 00-40-GA, specifically: That respondent prepared, drafted, and filed objections to the Friend of the Court recommendations and supplemental brief although he was terminated as counsel and without the consent of his client. Respondent=s conduct was in violation of MCR 8.121(A)-(C); 9.104(1)-(4); and Michigan Rules of Professional Conduct 1.4(b); 1.16(d); and 8.4(a) and (c). The parties agreed that an order of reprimand should be entered.

The hearing panel ordered that respondent be reprimanded and assessed costs in the


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