Troubled Columbus Attorney Banned From Practicing Law

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A troubled Columbus attorney is out of a job, after the state's highest court suspended his license.

Sterling Gill is banned from practicing law for at least the next two years, for what the Supreme Court calls multiple violations of attorney disciplinary rules.

The second year of that suspension could be waived, if he remains out of trouble.

The court says Gill's misconduct stems court communications, and a criminal conviction for alcohol use.