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Disciplinary Counsel v. David Jerome Robinson, Case no. 2009-2267
The Board of Commissioners on Grievances & Discipline has recommended that the law license of Columbus attorney David J. Robinson be suspended for two years for making false and misleading statements under oath during a deposition and a court hearing regarding his alleged possession of confidential documents removed from his former law firm, and for subsequently destroying documents of potential evidentiary value, including documents he had previously claimed to be unaware of possessing.
The board found that Robinson's acts and omissions violated the state attorney discipline rules that prohibit conduct involving dishonesty, fraud, deceit or misrepresentation; conduct prejudicial to the administration of justice, conduct that adversely reflects on an attorney's fitness to practice and unlawfully destroying or concealing a document having potential evidentiary value.