Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Kill a Cyclist, Have Your Kansas Law License Suspended

The ABAJournal.com website links to this report in the Topeka Capital-Journal regarding the law license suspension of Marc A. Schultz.  Schultz, a Topeka lawyer, entered guilty pleas to charges in the  DUI vehicular homicide of Timothy Roberts, a 55 year old cyclist last September.  In addition to a .12 BAC, Schultz tested positive for marijuana and pain killers. 

Schultz's law license will temporarily go the way of his freedom.  Oh, one other thing, Schultz--he had 3 other DUI convictions over the last decade.


  1. Just his license, I think that they should punish him more with jail and he can drive for the rest of his live.

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