EAU CLAIRE, Wis. (WEAU) — Former Eau Claire County District Legal professional Gary King’s legislation license may well be in jeopardy.

In a doc attained by WEAU, the Office of Law firm Regulation is asking the Supreme Court docket of Wisconsin to suspend his license for at minimum 9 months.

King was admitted to practice legislation in Wisconsin in 1998, turning out to be Eau Claire County District Legal professional in 2012.

In June, King was accused of sexual harassment at the workplace and doing work although intoxicated. In July, the Eau Claire District Lawyer submitted his resignation amid a probe into the claims by Governor Evers’ Office.

The new complaint, submitted Could 5 by the Office of Law firm Regulation, outlines the allegations in detail.

Various current and former Eau Claire County DA business office workforce mirror on cases of King slipping asleep in conferences, missing court docket dates, getting pink eyes and refusing breathalyzer checks.

The complaint also recounts his conduct towards an place of work coordinator, Jessica Bryan. The paperwork states King performed with her hair, set her on his lap and attempted to kiss her– all of which she described.

He is also accused of inappropriate perform with an additional feminine worker.

The Office of Law firm Regulation says King’s actions broke Supreme Court docket Policies, such as violating the attorney’s oath and harassing somebody while acting as a lawyer– which is why the office environment is asking for King’s license to be suspended for at the very least nine months.

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