Parma Attorney Gary Allen Vick, Jr. suspended by the Ohio Supreme Court over criminal conviction

Parma Attorney Gary Allen Vick, Jr. suspended by the Ohio Supreme Court over criminal conviction

On Thursday, February 2, 2023, the Supreme Court of Ohio ordered Parma Attorney Gary Allen Vick’s suspension from the practice of law for an interim period for a felony conviction.

The case is styled In re Vick, Case #2023-0141.

According to the filing, the director of the Board of Professional Conduct filed with the Court a certified copy of a judgment entry of a felony conviction against Respondent.

Based on Respondent’s conviction, the Court ordered that Respondent be placed on an interim suspension effective as of the date of entry of the Order.

The Court also ordered that the matter will be investigated by a disciplinary counsel and for disciplinary proceedings to commence.

Prior to the suspension, Mr. Gary Allen Vick Jr. practiced for the law firm Connick Law, LLC. He graduated from Cleveland Marshall College of Law in 1999. Vick has been licensed in Ohio, license #0071495. His info can be found on Avvo.

A copy of the original filing can be found here.

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