CHARLESTON – The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals has temporarily suspended the law license of a Charleston attorney for three months.
The Supreme Court issued an order on Aug. 30 suspending D. Adrian Hoosier II’s law license for three months with automatic reinstatement, effective immediately. He is also ordered to complete an additional six hours of continuing legal education in the area of ethics and law office management.
On June 26, the Hearing Panel Subcommittee of the Lawyer Disciplinary Board presented a written recommendation to the Supreme Court.
On July 24, the Office of Disciplinary Counsel filed its consent to the recommendation.
The reason for Hoosier’s suspension was not stated in the ODC’s press release regarding the Supreme Court’s decision.
Hoosier is a partner in Lord Hoosier in Charleston.