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Tulsa Attorney Clayton Ijams Given One Year Suspension

Tulsa attorney Clayton IjamsTulsa attorney Clayton Ijams Jr. has been suspended from the practice of law until December 23, 2015.

His suspension follows criminal convictions on matters related to a domestic dispute with his ex-wife and an ensuing police chase while driving under the influence.

The Oklahoma Bar Association recommended an 18-month suspension. However, Ijams offered mitigating evidence and successfully argued for a reduced suspension period.¬†The Court determined that Ijams’ behavior that day was alcohol-induced.

The Court also took into account several letters of support from his ex-wife and members of the community. Ijams had also sought treatment through Alcoholics Anonymous.

In light of these factors, the Court imposed a one-year suspension on Ijams, which coincides with the end of his suspended sentence in his criminal case.

To read the full decision regarding Tulsa attorney Clayton Ijams Jr., click here.

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