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A criminal defense attorney made reckless accusations of misconduct against other attorneys on the Internet and sent imprudent ex parte letters to several judges, the Wisconsin Supreme Court said August 5 in publicly reprimanding the attorney (Office of Lawyer Regulation v. Sommers).
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