Attorney's License Suspended Two Years for Felony Conviction With No Credit for Interim Suspension
“Having considered Fitz’s misconduct, the relevant aggravating and mitigating factors, and our applicable precedent, we agree with the board’s recommended sanction,” the opinion said, finding that Fitz’s longer period of misconduct and the more than $958,000 still owed to the state were grounds for the harsher sanction than other disciplinary cases.
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