article in the Naples News website gives us another example of why the Disciplinary authorites do all that they can do to shut down the disbarred attorney-class. In Gary Gramer, we have a disbarred New York lawyer who pled guilty to stealing a little client money. So what does Gramer do?
Why he takes his show on the road to the sunshine state, where he continues to practice law despite fugitive warrants and the NY disciplinary proceedings. Oh, and he wasn't hiding, he actually had an office and multiple pending civil actions.
When I got out of law school years ago, a lot of guys took the OurState bar, and promptly took the Florida bar, so they could "write off their Florida vacations," somone out there, please explain that one to me? For those of us east of the Mississippi, Florida bar registration as your second state of admission was not an uncommon phenomena. My guess is Gramer was one of those guys.