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TCL > December 2000 Issue > Summaries of Opinions

The Colorado Lawyer
December 2000
Vol. 29, No. 12 [Page  187]

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From the Courts
Colorado Disciplinary Cases

Summaries of Opinions


Summaries of opinions appear on a space-available basis. The summaries for the Presiding Disciplinary Judge and hearing board are prepared by the Office of the Presiding Disciplinary Judge, and the summaries for the Appellate Discipline Commission are prepared by the Office of the Appellate Discipline Commission. The summaries of the opinions of the Presiding Disciplinary Judge and the Appellate Discipline Commission are provided as a service by the Colorado Bar Association and are not the official language of the Opinion. The Colorado Bar Association cannot guarantee the accuracy or completeness of the summaries.

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Summary of Decisions Issued by the Presiding Disciplinary Judge
(September 21, 2000 through October 20, 2000)

People v. Parsley, Nos. GC98B039, 99AD001, 98SA500, 00SA188, 10/10/00. Attorney Regulation.

The Presiding Disciplinary Judge reinstated Jeffrey Allan Parsley to the practice of law effective October 10, 2000, subject to certain conditions. p.189.


Summaries of Decisions Regarding Conditional Admissions of Misconduct
Issued by the Presiding Disciplinary Judge
(September 21, 2000 through October 20, 2000)

[The Presiding Disciplinary Judge’s approval of Conditional Admissions of Misconduct does not result in a written opinion but only a brief order, which does not constitute precedent. Conditional Admissions of Misconduct are public record and are available for review at the Office of the Presiding Disciplinary Judge, (303) 825-2797.]

People v. Meier, 00PDJ043, 9/21/00. Attorney Regulation.

The Presiding Disciplinary Judge accepted the parties’ Amended Conditional Admission of Misconduct and suspended respondent Charles H. Meier from the practice of law for a period one year and one day, subject to conditions. Respondent was convicted of third-degree sexual assault, CRS § 18-3-404, in violation of Colo. RPC 8.4(b). Respondent was ordered to pay the costs of the proceeding.

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