Shelby County Lawyer Suspended

The Tennessee Supreme Court on Friday suspended Shelby County lawyer Earl Frank Johnson from the practice of law for six months and required that he submit to an evaluation by the Tennessee Lawyers Assistance Program and follow any recommendations. On March 26, 2018, a petition for discipline was filed against the Johnson, including one complaint of misconduct alleging Johnson appeared in General Sessions Court on behalf of a client when his law license had been administratively suspended since August 2012. Johnson entered a conditional guilty plea admitting to the misconduct.
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