|Court permanently bars BG man from practicing law in Ohio|
|Written by Sentinel Staff|
|Thursday, 07 March 2013 10:59|
The Supreme Court of Ohio Thursday permanently barred Jay Michael Wiseman, 34, of Bowling Green from admission to the practice of law in Ohio, according to information provided by the court’s Office of Public Information.
The court noted Wiseman’s extensive record of more than a dozen moving traffic violations, including several in BG Municipal Court. The violations include incidents in which he endangered the safety of others, where he has been cited for non-traffic offenses including criminal damaging, public intoxication, disorderly conduct and receiving stolen property, and that he violated the terms of a family insurance trust over which he exercised control by unilaterally diverting all but $256 of the $75,000 proceeds to his own use despite multiple warnings by his father’s attorney and his younger brother’s guardian ad litem that he was not legally authorized to do so.
|Last Updated on Thursday, 07 March 2013 14:10|
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