A veteran Dothan attorney has had his law license suspended by the Alabama state bar, which says he misused a client's funds.
The Dothan Eagle reports that attorney Terry Bullard insists he's "done nothing wrong and wronged no one." Still, he'll be unable to practice when his suspension kicks in Friday for a period of 91 days.
Tony McLain, an attorney representing the Alabama Bar Association, says Bullard was suspended for "misappropriating funds from a trust account."
Bullard has been practicing law in Alabama since 1980 and he says this is the first time he's been sanctioned by the state bar. He says his son will take over his cases until he's able to return after the suspension period.
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