TBA Law Blog


Posted by: Katharine Heriges on Jun 8, 2018
The Tennessee Supreme Court has affirmed the suspension of Knoxville attorney Charles Edward Daniel from the practice of law, but modified the probated three-year suspension to include one year of active suspension. The Tennessee Supreme Court reviewed and analyzed the decision to suspend, rather than disbar, Daniel from the practice of law and concluded that suspension was within the range of appropriate sanctions in this case. However, the court determined that the decision to probate the entirety of Daniel’s suspension was out of line with similar attorney disciplinary sanctions.