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Attorney John Haskin of Indianapolis; drunken criminal 

The state of Indiana provided Patrick John Howard Haskin with a law license in 1977.
The Indiana Disciplinary Commission found John guilty of the following misconduct. 
John became intoxicated and disruptive while in a hotel lounge. John was asked to leave the lounge and was eventually escorted toward his room by hotel security, who was an off-duty police officer.
While being escorted by the off-duty police officer, an altercation ensured and John removed a loaded handgun from a holster without any warning. The security guard struggled with John and was able to subdue him.
John was then arrested and charged with public intoxication and disorderly conduct. In accordance with a plea agreement, the disorderly conduct charge was dismissed and John entered into a pre-trial diversion agreement with the prosecutor and the trial court.
This wasn’t John’s 1st bite at the Attorney Misfit Apple Tree. Several years earlier, John was criminally charged with carrying a handgun without a license, impersonating a public servant, and criminal recklessness. John was subsequently sentenced to prison for the handgun charge.
As a consequence of her misconduct, the cheerleaders for Attorney Misfits sitting on the Indiana Supreme Court punished Patrick by gifting him with a complimentary 90 day suspension of his law license.
As we speak (ca. November 2012) John practices with John H. Haskin & Associates at 255 North Alabama Street in Indianapolis, Indiana.

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