Suspended Lawyer Faces Ethics Charge for Accusing Judges of Bias

, The Connecticut Law Tribune

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"I would say these are very serious," she said.

Sutton said the complaint involving attorney misconduct toward the court could result in Rozbicki getting a longer suspension. While the terms of his current suspension would allow Rozbicki to be reinstated without applying for his license again, the new charges could require him to reapply with the state disciplinary counsel before being reinstated.

Sutton said that while the allegations must be proven independently of the original grievance complaint, some of the facts in the first case will once again be relevant.

"It appears that almost every time a decision did not go Mr. Rozbicki's way, he would file some sort of pleading calling into question the integrity of the court," Sutton said. "We believe the unsupported allegations made against the court resulted in violations of several rules of professional conduct."

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