JUNEAU -- The Alaska Supreme Court has suspended the law license of former U.S. Attorney Wevley Shea, finding "clear and convincing evidence" that he violated professional rules of conduct.
The high court on Wednesday adopted the recommendations of a disciplinary board, which called for Shea's Alaska license to be suspended for 25 months. The board also said Shea must demonstrate that he is "mentally fit" to return to practicing law before applying for reinstatement of his license.
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Later, when Sarah Palin was governor, he helped draft ethics reform recommendations for her administration.
That's right. A guy who lost his law license because of conduct violations was Sarah Palin's ethics adviser.
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