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AZ Supreme Court suspends 2 lawyers for violations

The state Supreme Court has suspended two attorneys who practice in probate law for violating professional standards.

John F. Giles was suspended on an interim basis after he failed to respond to allegations that he misappropriated trust funds. Giles practices in Phoenix and was suspended effective Jan. 4, 2011.

The Supreme Court also suspended probate lawyer Marshall Fealk of Tucson for 30 days after he admitted he failed to safeguard his clients’ property and didn’t comply with trust account requirements. His suspension begins on Feb. 4.

Fealk will be on probation for a year after his suspension ends.

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