In re Robertson - Supreme Court of Kansas

In re Robertson

By Supreme Court of Kansas

  • Release Date: 1994-12-09
  • Genre: Law
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This is an original attorney discipline proceeding
against Walter (Pete) Robertson, of Junction City, an attorney
licensed to practice law in Kansas. In October 1992, Robertson was charged with several felonies in
Geary County District Court for purchasing cocaine from a friend,
Michael Miller, who was an undercover agent for the police. At a
suppression hearing in February 1993, Robertson admitted that he
had purchased cocaine from Miller once in late 1991, three times
between January 1992 and June 1992, and again in October 1992. On
each occasion, Robertson paid Miller $300 for an eighth of an
ounce or less of cocaine. Robertson knew that each purchase of
cocaine was a violation of the criminal laws of the State of
Kansas and the United States.

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