Ravenna attorney’s license suspended for relationship with client

The Ohio Supreme Court suspended the law practice of Ravenna attorney Michael Noble, who ran for Portage County Court of Common Pleas judge in 2020, in connection with an inappropriate personal relationship with a client.

The Ohio Supreme Court has suspended the law license of a Ravenna attorney and former Portage County judicial candidate in connection with an inappropriate relationship he had with a female client.

According to a high court slip opinion issued this week, justices unanimously approved the suspension of Michael Allen Noble, 46, for one year, but stayed six months of that. Conditions Noble will have to meet for that stay include that he commit no further misconduct and that he “continue to participate in mental-health counseling throughout his suspension at a frequency to be determined by his counselor or another qualified healthcare professional,” according to the opinion.

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