On Thursday, January 12, 2023, the State of New York Supreme Court, Appellate Division Third Judicial Department granted the Motion by the respondent, attorney Jeffrey T. Canale, to terminate certain Conditions of his reinstatement.

The case is entitled “In the matter of Jeffrey T. Canale” and was brought by Attorney Grievance Committee for the Third Judicial Department with case no. Pm-01-23.

Upon the review of the filed papers of the said Motion, and the correspondence submitted by the Attorney Grievance Committee for the Third Judicial Department, in a Decision and Order on Motion issued by the New York Supreme Court, the respondent’s Motion was approved.

The court further ordered that the second decretal paragraph of the previous Order(June 18, 2018) reinstating the respondent to the practice of law, as previously modified by the most recent Order (August 8, 2019) be modified and read as follows:

“ORDERED that respondent’s reinstatement to the practice of law shall be conditioned upon the following requirements: (1) respondent shall maintain his sobriety; respondent is permitted to engage in any course of medical treatment under the supervision of a licensed physician, in conformance with the laws of his home jurisdiction and with the approval of FloridaLawyer’s Assistance, Inc. concerning his continuing participation in his current attorney monitoring program, and his engagement in such treatment shall not violate this condition; and (2) respondent shall not consume alcohol of any kind or amount.”.

Mr. Jeffrey T. Canale, now known as Jeffrey T. Lacroix’s info can be found on avvo.com. He is licensed to practice in New York with license #1896992.

A copy of the original filing can be found here.