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Attorney Thomas Pelletier of Caribou, ME; ethical misfit

The state of Maine presented Thomas J. Pelletier with a law license in 1982 after he graduated from the University of Maine Law School.
The Maine Grievance Commission found Thomas guilty of the following misconduct.
Thomas was hired to represent Ms. B who was seeking a Temporary Restraining Order (TRO) against Mr. G. Thomas subsequently appeared at two hearings on the client’s behalf and apparently provided her with adequate representation.
After the second hearing, Thomas offered to give Ms. B a ride to her home in Presque Isle, rather than having her grandmother and children wait for Ms. B in the car at the courthouse in a snowstorm.
During the trip to Presque Isle, Thomas told Ms. Be that she was very attractive, and made other remarks that he knew would be interpreted by her to be of an inappropriate. In layman’s terms, Thomas was trying to hit on his client rather than represent her as he was sworn to do.
As a consequence of her misconduct, the Patron Saints for Attorney Misfits sitting on the grievance panel punished Thomas by gifting him with a complimentary reprimand.
As we speak (October 2012) Thomas is employed by the Workers Compensation Board at 43 Hatch Drive in Caribou, Maine.
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