Court: 1-year suspension for Ohio St. case lawyer
In this July 12, 2002 file photo, attorney Christopher T. Cicero listens during a trial in Franklin County Common Pleas Court in Columbus, Ohio.
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#1 Nov 29, 2012
Christopher T. Cicero violated attorney client privilege!
He should be finished in Columbus, as this foul stench will always be associated with his name.
#2 Nov 29, 2012
#3 Nov 29, 2012
Confidentiality the way I define it means that nobody knows something except you and your lawyer. In this instance, EVERYBODY knew what was going on from the FBI to Terrelle Pryor. Hardly confidential.
He tried to give Tressel the heads up on something that was about to hit the fan. In other words, he was trying to help the university, but he got screwed.
Weren't you people the ones up in arms because nobody spoke up at Penn State? Mike McQueary spoke up and he also got screwed just like Cicero did.
Moral of the story: The janitors at Penn State were the smartest of them all. Mind your own business.
#5 Nov 30, 2012
Not really a problem for you since you're just a notary public.
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