An attorney over a period of two years converted for his own purposes $12,500 from two estates of which he was executor. Although the Chicago Bar Association Committee on Grievances recommended disbarment it was held, three justices dissenting, that defendant should be suspended for two years and until complete restitution was made. In re Borchardt, (III. 1934) 192 N. E. 383.
ATTORNEY AND CLIENT-APPROPRIATE PENALTY FOR EMBEZZLEMENT AS EXECUTOR,
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