Raymond G. Mullins, a licensed attorney in Michigan, has been issued a notice of interim suspension by the Attorney Discipline Board. The notice was issued on August 29, 2023.

The case is entitled “In the Matter of Raymond G. Mullins,” with case no. 23-1-GA.

The notice states that Mullins failed to appear at a hearing on August 9, 2023, and that satisfactory proofs were entered into the record that he possessed actual notice of the proceedings. As a result, the hearing panel issued an Order of Suspension, effective August 23, 2023, and until further order of the panel or the Board. This interim suspension is currently in effect.

The Attorney Discipline Board is responsible for investigating and adjudicating allegations of misconduct against licensed attorneys in Michigan. If an attorney is found to have violated the rules of professional conduct, the Board may impose various sanctions, including suspension or revocation of their license. Interim suspensions are typically issued in cases where the attorney poses a risk to the public or the administration of justice. The interim suspension remains in effect until the Board or a hearing panel takes further action.

Mullins’ interim suspension is a significant development in the legal community, as it highlights the importance of attorney ethics and the consequences of failing to comply with professional standards. The suspension also underscores the role of the Attorney Discipline Board in protecting the public and upholding the integrity of the legal profession.

According to his LinkedIn profile, Mr. Mullins is the owner of Raymond G. Mullins, Attorney at Law, PLLC. Mullins is an appeals attorney in Ypsilanti, Michigan. He acquired his law license in Michigan in 1973.

A copy of the original filing can be found here.