On Thursday, November 10, 2022, the District of Columbia Court of Appeals ruled on the disciplinary charges against Boca Raton attorney Andrew David Hodes in relation to the latter’s suspension in Florida.
The case is styled In Re Andrew David Hodes and was brought by the Disciplinary Counsel. Case #22-BG-673.
The Order states:
“On consideration of the certified order from the state of Florida suspending respondent from the practice of law for 60days by consent; this court’s September 2, 2022, order suspending respondent pending final disposition of this proceeding and directing him to show cause why reciprocal discipline should not be imposed; respondent’s D.C. Bar R. XI § 14(g) affidavit filed on September 8, 2022, and the statement of Disciplinary Counsel; and it appearing that respondent has not filed a response.”
With the foregoing facts, the Court ruled against the respondent.
The disposition reads:
“ORDERED that Andrew David Hodes is hereby suspended from the practice of law in the District of Columbia, nunc pro tunc to September 2, 2022, for a period of 60 days.”
According to The Florida Bar, Mr. Hodes attended the University of Miami School of Law, graduating in 2011. Prior to the suspension, Mr. Archer is listed on the website of the law firm Andrew Hodes, Attorney At Law as a practicing attorney serving Boca Raton, Florida. Hodes has been admitted in the District of Columbia, and Florida.
A copy of the original filing can be found here.