No Disbarment For Hair Dye Theft

A three-year suspension has been imposed by the Louisiana Supreme Court on an already-suspended attorney In January 2015, respondent was arrested for shoplifting hair dye, which was valued at $7.29, from a Rouses Supermarket in Mandeville, Louisiana. Respondent was ultimately…

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