No probable cause that Frohnmayer committed misconduct

Long story. The complaint to the bar’s ethics committee against Frohnmayer, Gary, and Pilliod was initiated by the wife of the Deschutes county DA, after they made an ethics complaint about him over some weird public records case involving the county. Frohnmayer collected quite a few billable hours from the Deschutes county taxpayers – about $55K total for HLGR – but his complaint was dismissed. Now the Bar has dismissed the counter-complaint against him, Gary, and Pilliod.

Full doc dump here and way too much more here. 2/25/13.

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3 Responses to No probable cause that Frohnmayer committed misconduct

  1. Anonymous says:

    “Bar finds Frohnmayer’s statements not knowingly false” That’s not what the letter says at all. Once again the U of O Matters spin to make the story fit your personal feelings. The letter says there is no probable cause to believe that Frohnmayer committed misconduct.

    • UO Matters says:

      Not sure that really sounds better, and my language came from the report, but whatever – I changed the title.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Hmmm…so the OSB supports filling complaints against state officials without first investigating whether or not there is a basis for the complaint? Politics at play.

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