On Wednesday, April 19, 2023, the Board of Professional Responsibility of the Supreme Court of Tennessee ruled on charges of attorney discipline against Newport attorney Charlotte Ann Leibrock in relation to a misdemeanor conviction.

The case is entitled “In Re: Charlotte Ann Leibrock” with Case #68873-1-ES.

The charges cited Rules of Professional Conduct 8.4(b) (criminal conduct).

The rules of professional conduct can be found on the Tennessee State Courts website.

According to the court document, Leibrock’s misdemeanor conviction stemmed from an incident on October 15, 2021, where Leibrock, upon the request of her elderly client, removed a ring doorbell camera in a home where the client lives without the permission of the homeowner.

Leibrock faced charges for the conduct and subsequently entered a guilty plea to a class C misdemeanor charge for disorderly conduct.

By these acts, the Tennessee Board of Professional Responsibility concluded that Leibrock violated the above-cited rule and entered an order publicly censuring her for her misconduct.

As of today, Ms. Charlotte Ann Leibrock practices in Newport and she has been licensed to practice in Tennessee.

A copy of the original filing can be found here.