Fusco v. Piombino
An attorney can agree to a presentment to Superior Court, to consolidate several disciplinary matters. In response to three grievance complaints, a local grievance panel found probable cause that the respondent attorney, Ronald Piombino, violated Rules 1.15(e) 1.15(f), 8.1(2) and 8.4(4) of the Rules of Professional Conduct. The respondent, who was admitted to the bar of the State of Connecticut in 1984, already is the subject of a disciplinary matter. The respondent, who is represented by Raymond Plouffe, agreed to a presentment to Superior Court, so that the disciplinary matters can be consolidated. The Statewide Grievance Committee ordered the respondent's presentment to Superior Court for discipline.