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Welcome back, DISH viewers. We missed you! Posted June 14, p. EDT Updated June 14, p. Fayetteville, N. The State Bar ordered that attorney William E. Brown cannot represent any women and must transfer the cases of current female clients to other lawyers.
He must also undergo a psychological evaluation and follow any recommended treatment. The State Bar found that Brown took advantage of the women's "economic duress" and that his behavior was harmful for his clients and the legal profession. Brown had denied the allegations that he touched the women sexually, tried to convince them to have sex with him and made inappropriate comments of a sexual nature to them. One woman said that Brown asked her to have sex with him at their first meeting.
Another said that he sent her inappropriate text messages that were sexual in nature. InBrown served for six months as a court-appointed attorney for one of the women. He was appointed to represent another from to The third woman hired him to represent her in a custody dispute in The State Bar has investigated complaints against Brown. It reprimanded Brown in for failing to take "substantive action" for a client who hired him to gain custody of his grandsons.
Published: Updated: Local News. If he doesn't meet those conditions, Brown's law will be suspended for three years.
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State Bar: Fayetteville lawyer sexually harassed clients