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Matter of Nedick

January 10, 1991

IN THE MATTER OF MICHAEL J. NEDICK, AN ATTORNEY AT LAW

ORDER

MICHAEL J. NEDICK, of EDGEWATER, who was admitted to the Bar of this State in 1975, having pleaded guilty to Federal income tax evasion, in violation of 26 U.S.C.A. § 7201, and having been suspended by Order of this Court on April 19, 1990 for said conviction, pursuant to Rule 1:20-6(b)(1);

And the Disciplinary Review Board having filed a report with the Supreme Court recommending that respondent be suspended from the practice of law for a period of two years for his conviction of Federal income tax evasion;

And respondent having been ordered to show cause why he should not be disbarred or otherwise disciplined pursuant to Rule 1:20-5(a); and good cause appearing;

It is ORDERED that the report of the Disciplinary Review Board is hereby adopted and MICHAEL J. NEDICK is suspended from the practice of law for a period of two years and until further order of the Court, effective April 19, 1990; and it is further

Ordered that the Decision and Recommendation of the Disciplinary Review Board, together with this order and the full record of the matter, be added as a permanent part of the file of respondent as an attorney at law of the State of New Jersey; and it is further

Ordered that respondent continue to be restrained and enjoined from practicing law during the period of his suspension; and it is further

Ordered that respondent continue to comply with Administrative Guideline No. 23 of the Office of Attorney Ethics dealing with suspended attorneys; and it is further

Ordered that respondent reimburse the Ethics Financial Committee for appropriate administrative costs.

Appendix

This matter is before the Board on a Motion for Final Discipline based upon a criminal conviction, filed by the Office of Attorney Ethics ("OAE"), pursuant to R. 1:20-6(c)(2)(i). The motion is based on respondent's guilty plea to a one-count felony information charging him with income tax evasion for the calendar year 1983, in violation of 26 U.S.C.A. § 7201.

Respondent has been a member of the New Jersey bar since 1975. He is also admitted to practice in the State of New York. He is forty-one years old, married, and has an eighteen-month old son. Upon graduating from law school in 1973, respondent began employment with the Legal Aid Society of New York City, in the Criminal Defense Division. He worked as a defense

attorney representing indigent criminal defendants ...


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