Bar Rules

Rule 4-206. Confidential Discipline; Contents

Ethics & Discipline / Current Rules / Part IV (After January 1 / 2001) - Georgia Rules of Professional Conduct (also includes Disciplinary Proceedings and Advisory Opinion rules) / CHAPTER 2 DISCIPLINARY PROCEEDINGS

(a) Letters of formal admonition and Investigative Panel Reprimands shall contain a statement of the specific conduct of the respondent which violates Part IV, Chapter 1 of these rules, shall state the name of the complainant and shall state the reasons for issuance of such confidential discipline.

(b) A letter of formal admonition shall also contain the following information:

    (1) the right of the respondent to reject the letter of formal admonition under Rule 4-207;

    (2) the procedure for rejecting the letter of formal admonition under Rule 4-207; and

    (3) the effect of an accepted letter of formal admonition in the event of a third or subsequent imposition of discipline.

(c) An Investigative Panel Reprimand shall also contain information concerning the effect of the acceptance of such reprimand in the event of a third or subsequent imposition of discipline.



GO TO Rule 4-205. Confidential Discipline; In General
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