Ex-Delco ADA Suspended for Alcohol-Related Hit-and-Run

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A former Delaware County prosecutor who, while driving after drinking hit a 14-year-old youth and fled the scene, has been suspended from the practice of law for one year after a recommendation from the state Supreme Court's Disciplinary Board.

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  • Most attorneys drink since they are frustrated with the courts not being able to practice law they way they are meant to, but of course this is no excuse. Leaving the scene, I would think he would be more severely punished. But then again, they all cover each other‘s wrong doings!
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