DC Bar Board Finds Jeffrey Clark Violated Ethics Rule

The Hill reports:

The D.C. Bar’s three-member board of responsibility panel found Thursday that former Justice Department official Jeffrey Clark likely violated at least one ethics rule in his efforts to help former President Trump stay in office after losing the 2020 presidential election.

Clark is accused of attempting to engage in conduct involving dishonesty and attempting to engage in conduct that “would seriously interfere with the administration of justice,” Hamilton Fox III, disciplinary counsel, wrote in the initial charge filing in July 2022.

The preliminary, nonbinding decision now sets off further proceeding to determine what Clark’s sanctions should be. Fox said he would be seeking disbarment for Clark.

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