But the chief disciplinary counsel for the State Bar said that since 1985, she could recall just three prosecutors who were publicly reprimanded.
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See your lawyer,' " Virginia Ferrara, chief disciplinary counsel for the Disciplinary Board of the Supreme Court, said Thursday.
The suit also named as defendants The Florida Bar's five branch chief disciplinary counsels, apparently in the erroneous belief that Bar grievance staff investigate complaints against judges for the JQC.
Jack Doherty, chair of the Bar Association's House Of Delegates, is also the Chief Disciplinary Counsel for the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, which handles complaints against lawyers, said that the best advice to family members during this time is to "address their grief.
Kim Bueno, spokeswoman for the State Bar, said that the Office of Chief Disciplinary Counsel received 8,135 grievances from June 2011 to May 2012.