Wyoming Supreme Court Orders Suspension With Probation for Gillette Attorney

The Wyoming Supreme Court issued an order suspending Gillette attorney J. Craig Abraham from the practice of law for a period of six months.  The Court further ordered that the suspension be stayed so long as Abraham complies with probationary terms intended to assure the efficient operation of his office and prompt compliance with court rules and deadlines.  The order of suspension stemmed from Abraham having missed court deadlines and otherwise failing to comply with court rules in numerous matters over a several year period.  Abraham, who has a significant disciplinary history including public censures in 2006 and 2009, agreed to the suspension and probationary terms which included the implementation of formal office policies and procedures and monthly reports to the Office of Bar Counsel regarding Abraham’s compliance with probationary terms.  Abraham was ordered to pay an administrative fee in the amount of $750.00 and costs of $50.00 to the Wyoming State Bar.

Order of Suspension With Probation

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