Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Colorado Bar Authorities Enable Gun-Wielding Lawyer Clyde E. Hook, Again

Denver, Colorado lawyer, Clyde E. Hook, received his second stayed suspension from the practice of law according to the Legal Profession blawg after some pretty scary conduct. 

The new stayed suspension for a controlled substance, in isolation, makes some sense.  This is obviously a lawyer with some alcohol and substance abuse history which if successfully treated would not be of the type of thing to disqualify him as an attorney.  But when viewed on top of an earlier disciplinary history where Clyde got all shoot-y in public with his .357 magnum outside of a closed Colorado pub that refused him service because he was intoxicated, you have to begin to question the reasonableness of the Colorado bar authorities. 


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