A.J. Marsh accuses another attorney of unprofessional conduct

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A.J. Marsh accuses another attorney of unprofessional conduct - TO DISBAR W. F. Chambers, the Attorney Charges...
TO DISBAR W. F. Chambers, the Attorney Charges Are Filed With tbe Com men Pleas Court. Unprofessional Conduct in Drawing and EecordiDg Fictitious Deeds la tbe Allegation Mr. Cnambera Sajra Ha la Ileady To Meet the Proceedinse. . It haa been aorae year since there waa a prosecution of an attorney on charge of un professional conduot and an attempt made to disbar bim. t-uch t-uch t-uch a proateutien wss begun yesterday. W. F. Cbanbers. a comparatively new member member of the Far. is th person against whom tbe proceeilipaa were directed. The charge against Cbsmber la unprofessional unprofessional conduct. Judge Outcalt bat lb writ ten charges, aad tbe Judges of tbe Common Pieaa Court, as a body, will consider them. A. J. Marsh ia tba attorney who filed the ap plication for an investigation of the matter, Tha trouble grows out of tba making of a deed and mortgage, which were fictitious. and made apparently for the purpoae of CLOP PI BO Ttlg TITLB To real estate and forcing th payment of some money. The land in question is owned by A. J. Tbierina It ta located in Curaminsville. Iu m it was bought at a tax sale br W. A. Koone.who conveyed it t Fred iVchwars. In January. 1881 reliwsn conveyed it to one Frank Com d ton. Not long afterward tha man wbo owned it when it waa forfeited for taxes redeemed it by the payment of 1390. and Boone aava him a deed made bv Schwars. A week or iiit-r iiit-r iiit-r aao a sale waa to be made of a part of tbe property, in which A, J. I hiering was. of c urse, interested. He bad tha title examined, and found on the record the deed from r'chwarz to I'.nnDton. Ha vieited tba nriemal tax parcdavr. wbo referred bim to Chamh-ra, Chamh-ra, Chamh-ra, i his attorney told l hiering there waa ta u aue uaaer tue tax title. THIkklO AOBCSP To pay that amount. Chambers aaid ba would long into the matter. After several dare ba tout Tliierii e it waa ail ria-lit. ria-lit. ria-lit. ami tticampu' t dee was 153 IS. including a lee of aiuior invesiuaiina the tine, then inter- inter- lua consulted ins attorney. A. J. Marsh, and was advised to pay tha mutici with acheck. set tbe tithi cleared and atoo par meat on Ibe check. That est done, n ben par meat was refused b the check. I he AI inU. Chambers, Chambers, it i alleaed. drew a deed conveying the Kroperty irom i ompton to narold bver .nI m a.mnna wmm ... 1. . a 1. n f. dated bars tothetui of February, tnua ante-deling ante-deling ante-deling the deed aiven to lbierma at the time tbe check was given clearing lb 10 the property. A mor urate waa also d Ibe tit ie purporting to have been given by Kverbard to loniptoo, . Hutu ware recorded, tbua ciouamg again toe vitlb .to ran raorrnTT. Then it war tbat Attorney Marah decided to move in th matter, end he accord in gly draw up chars, allrgiag unorofeasiunal condnctin niacins hctinous deetfa. '1 beoourt will ennaider -Uiem. -Uiem. and. if neeaaaarv. arili appoint a comuiiite t the bar to investigate investigate and report on the advisability of taking sir pa 10 oieuar air. vnaniorrs. In reference to thia matter Mr. Chamber when tbe check lor t5J 19 waa given, that if it waa found, jn furiber iiiveetigatio . that taere waa-notpma waa-notpma waa-notpma Hue on the tax title, the money would be refunded, except tbe 110 wnien iniennn agreed io pay iur euoklas as them 'iter. 1 hia waa agreed upon because I hiering waa in a hurry to get the deed, ao ha could make a aal ef the property. Sir. Chambers ears he would have ref ended ended the money aa aar-ed. aar-ed. aar-ed. but Tbirrtne did . ot stye bim time to investigate and Icaro if nruiias was reauy ou on THE TAX TITLXW Ha stopped the payment oa tbe check and put on record tbe deed be got. He considered that the deed bad. therefore, beea obtained by false reoreaen.atlona, and tbe deed and mortgage from o t pton to Everhard. and me iiioriaaae iram cveraara to J onipioa. were then put on record, tie said he knew of the existence ot tbat deed and mortaage. Ha ia recur to meet tu charse that i boas vduenmenta were mad and dated baea a monta. Mr, Boone said in reference to tha matter Ibat he adviesu Mr. bambers to make out the deed and mortgage and data it back ao aa to place 1 hiering iu the time position he we in regard to his till to tbe property before be made the agreement about lira repayment ot tbe money. an.l wbicb he latlovl to abide br. He believed an aaderbanded trick had beea aiared by Tbirnng and hi attorney, and ho baiicred in lighting the devil with . ea -. -. t v.

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  1. The Cincinnati Enquirer,
  2. 12 Mar 1893, Sun,
  3. Page 12

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