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03.07.2014 Consent Order Transferring Attorney to Disability Inactive Status [Haywood County]

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Currently, there are two grievances pending against attorney Reid G. Brown.  The Grievance Committee notes that Brown presently suffers from various medical conditions that “significantly impair Brown’s professional judgment, performance, or competence as an attorney.”

The procedure for a consensual transfer to disability inactive status is detailed in the North Carolina State Bar’s administrative rules (see Subchapter B, Rule .0118(b)).  Based on clear, cogent, and convincing evidence, the Chair of the Grievance Committee concluded that Brown is disabled within the meaning of the administrative rules (see Subchapter B, Rule .0103(19)).  During the period of the disability, the pending grievances are stayed, and Brown cannot practice law in North Carolina.

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Tripp Huffstetler, Senior Staff Writer
About Tripp Huffstetler, Senior Staff Writer (57 Articles)
Tripp Huffstetler served as the Senior Ethics Staff Writer for the Campbell Law Observer. He is originally from Cherryville, North Carolina. In 2011, Tripp graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a bachelor’s degree in Philosophy as well as Political Science. During his undergraduate studies, Tripp spent summers assisting at a practice in his hometown of Cherryville. During law school he interned with the Hon. Kris Bailey, District Court Judge; Judge Paige Phillips, Wake County Magistrate; the Hon. Paul C. Ridgeway, Superior Court Judge; and the Wake County District Attorney's Office. He also assisted a local attorney in drafting a guide to interlocutory appeals, which will be published by the North Carolina Bar Association. Tripp graduated from Campbell Law School in May 2014.
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