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Posted by: Stacey Shrader Joslin on Jun 16, 2014

James Michael Marshall of Spring Hill was suspended from the practice of law on June 13 for 60 days. The action was taken after the Tennessee Supreme Court determined that Marshall ignored a court order to prepare and file a statement of the evidence; waited a year before setting a motion for argument before the trial court; and notarized documents when he did not hold an active notary commission. Marshall pleaded guilty to six Class C misdemeanors of acting after the expiration of his notary commission and was placed on probation. He also entered a conditional guilty plea admitting his conduct violated the Rules of Professional Conduct. Download the BPR notice.