Maryland Disbars Atty for revealing judicial wrongdoing in emails

In late February, the Maryland Court of Appeals (which is the highest court in Maryland) disbarred a long-time Maryland attorney, James Albert Frost, for alleging in emails that several Maryland judges had engaged in misconduct. The decision, Attorney Grievance Commission v. Frost, outlines the pertinent facts:

Respondent was admitted to the Maryland Bar on June 29, 1972. He does not maintain an office for the practice of law. On April 23, 2012, Respondent wrote an email to his ex-wife, stating, inter alia:

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