New York Attorney Alleged to Have Called in a Bomb Threat To Dodge Sanctions Hearing
Yesterday, the American Bar Association (ABA) reported that a Syracuse attorney will appear in Court on August 4, 2017 to "enter a plea to allegations that she phoned in a bomb threat to avoid a hearing on an opposing lawyer's request for sanctions against her." The bomb threat was called into a daycare center in a federal court last February where attorney, Jacqueline B. Jones was scheduled to appear a defend an adversary's motion seeking sanctions for failing to produce evidence as per court order in a civil case. The attorney, according to the ABA, admitted guilt to the misdemeanor charge and profusely apologized for the bomb threat in a letter to the Court.
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