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Attorney Harold E. Bean, Jr. of Indianapolis; ethical dwarf

 
The state of Indiana presented Harold E. Bean, Jr. with a law license in 1974.
 
For years, Harold sat as a judge tempore on the Marion County Municipal Court. During his tenure on the bench the Indiana Judicial Qualifications Commission charged Harry with the following misconduct.
  1. Willful failure to perform his judicial duties
  2. Engaged in conduct prejudicial to the administration of justice (obstruction of justice)
  3. Engaged in conduct that brought the judiciary into disrepute (What’s new?)
  4. Willful misconduct in office
  5. Unlawfully engaged in ex parte communications
After completing he completed his court calendar on a given day, attorney John Forbes who represented Glenn Allen, asked Harry for an order directed to the State of Indiana to return to Glenn Allen $10,000 that the state had previously seized. This contact between Forbes and Harry constituted an unlawful ex parte communication.
 
Glenn Allen’s case regarding the $10,000 was pending in another court, a fact well known to Harry. Despite the fact that he had no legal authority over the matter, Harry signed an order for the state to return the $10,000 to Allen. At no time did Harry ever provide any representative of the State of Indiana to be heard in opposition to his illegal order.
 
As a consequence of his egregious misconduct, the cheerleaders for Judicial Misfits sitting on the Indiana Supreme Court punished Harry be gifting him with a complimentary reprimand.
 
As we speak (June 2012) Harold practices 973 North Shadeland Avenue in Indianapolis, Indiana.
 
 
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