CASPER, Wyo. — The Wyoming Supreme Court issued an order on Wednesday, Jan. 13 suspending Casper attorney Donald Tolin from practicing law.
“The Court’s order was issued pursuant to a court rule that provides for immediate suspension of attorneys who fail to cooperate with an investigation conducted by the Wyoming State Bar Office of Bar Counsel,” the Wyoming State Bar said in a press release.”
The order also “directs the Bar Counsel to proceed with a formal disciplinary charge against Tolin.”
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The Supreme Court’s order state that Tolin was uncooperative with the Office of Bar Counsel in failing to provide documents and other information that had been repeatedly requested.
The order says that Toling “should be suspended from the practice of law pending resolution of the formal charge that has been, or will be, filed against him.”
The Bar Counsel is required to file a a formal charge within 15 days of the order.