ELC 7.4 STIPULATION TO INTERIM SUSPENSION At any time a respondent lawyer and disciplinary counsel may stipulate that the respondent be suspended during the pendency of any investigation or proceeding because of conviction of a serious crime, a substantial threat of serious harm to the public, or incapacity to practice law. A stipulation must state the factual basis for the stipulation and be submitted directly to the Supreme Court for expedited consideration. Stipulations under this rule are public upon filing with the Court, but the Court may order that supporting materials are confidential. Either party may petition the Court to terminate the interim suspension, and on a showing that the cause for the interim suspension no longer exists, the Court may terminate the suspension. [Adopted effective October 1, 2002.]
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