The Ohio Board of Professional Conduct has recommended Brenner again be allowed to practice law so long as he completes a treatment and counseling course and makes restitution to his client. He must also pay court costs and will be subjected to monitored probation.Last modified on Saturday, 15 December 2018
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No-show Ohio Lawyer May Get License Back, Per Conduct Board
- Saturday, Dec 15 2018
- News Roundup
- Written by PLP News
Andrew J. Brenner, who failed to show up to court when his client’s case came before a judge and subsequently lost his law license, may get his license back provided he meet certain requirements. So reports The Dayton Daily News.