A Supreme Court judge has suspended the license of attorney George C. Ford for two years for neglecting two clients, charging another an excessive fee, and failing to cooperate with authorities who were investigating allegations of his misconduct. He accepted a fee to act for a client but neglected to matter until the time to file papers had expired. Ford had been contacted over 50 times in a three-year period to respond to allegations but failed to complete and return necessary paperwork. If these allegations are true, this attorney is fortunate that he was only suspended and didn’t have his license to practice law permanently revoked.
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