Lawyer suspended in drugs for sex case
Maryland's highest court has suspended an Anne Arundel County lawyer after he was found to have traded Vicodin for sex, the Baltimore Sun reports.
Jeffrey S. Marcalus was give a two-month suspension. It was his second sex-related sanction.
Three of the seven judges on the Court of Appeals wanted at least a six-month suspension for the lawyer. Judge Glenn T. Harrell Jr., writing for the minority, stated that "Marcalus has some judgment shortcomings when it comes to acting out as his libido moves him."
Washington Post editors
| May 18, 2010; 2:50 PM ET
Categories: Crime and Public Safety, Maryland | Tags: Anne Arundel County Maryland, Maryland, The Baltimore Sun
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