The committee, which held three hearings about the complaints, found that Gray didn’t provide “competent representation,” failing to communicate with clients or return their files. He also did not cooperate with the state Office of Disciplinary Council that investigated him, the committee said.Luckily, Gray was just reelected to the City Council where any "threat" he could potentially pose to the public is minimal.
“The Committee believes that (Gray) would be a threat to the public should he be allowed to continue his practice of law in the manner established at the hearings of these claims,” a three-member panel wrote in its 33-page recommendation.
Wednesday, March 26, 2014
"Threat to the public"
A disciplinary review board wants James Gray disbarred or suspended from private law practice.