Disciplinary Decisions

Attorney discipline cases are heard by “hearing panels.”  In each case, a panel issues a written decision.  Both disciplinary counsel and the respondent-attorney have thirty days to appeal to the Supreme Court.  Even if neither party appeals, the Supreme Court may order review on its own motion.  If no appeal is taken, the hearing panel decision is final and has the full force and effect of an order of the Supreme Court.

  • For a digest of opinions issued by hearing panels of the Professional Responsibility Board, click HERE.
  • For a digest of opinions issued by the old Professional Conduct Board (1999 & earlier), click HERE.
  • PRB Decisions from July 2015 to the present are HERE.
  • PRB Decisions issued to prior to July 2015 are HERE.

(I have no idea why the Judiciary’s website breaks them up like that)

  • PCB Decisions are HERE.