Maybe that should go without saying, but Wisconsin attorney Michael R. Inglimo apparently needed a memo. The Wisconsin Supreme Court recently disbarred Inglimo for three years for, among other things, trying a case while stoned, selling (or giving) drugs to clients, taking drugs with clients, sleeping with a client’s wife as payment, spending client funds on a car for himself, and more. He also must pay attorney fees to the Wisconsin Office of Lawyer Responsibility in the amount of $42,400.96, plus those fees incurred on appeal. Inglimo was apparently licensed in Minnesota, where he was also disbarred for three years.

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