Monday 7 February 2011

Former district attorney has law license suspended

The Wisconsin Supreme Court has suspended the law license of a former district attorney. 

William Grogan's license was suspended for 60 days for misconduct. The state Office of Lawyer Regulation filed a complaint with the court after determining the former Outagamie (awt-ah-GAY'-mee) County DA misused a client's trust account as a personal and business account. Grogan has a private practice in Appleton. 

Grogan acknowledges the offenses and says they happened when he was having some personal struggles. 

The Appleton Post-Crescent says Grogan must attend a seminar on trust account management before he can have his law license reinstated. 


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