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The Virginia State Bar is Interested in Threesomes but Not Criminal Perjury

Virginia lawyer Scott Lehman is facing state bar complaint he tried to get a jailed client to have a threesome with him and another client.

Scott's Vacation Free for More Threesomes

He Gets a 2 Year Suspension from VSB

March 17, 20201

Scott Allen Lehman, Lehman Law, 300 25th Street, Suite 131, Virginia Beach, VA 23322-2345

VSB Docket Nos.:  20-022-116682, 20-022-117305, 20-022-118271, 20-022-118278

Effective March 12, 2021, the Virginia State Bar Disciplinary Board suspended with terms Scott Allen Lehman’s license to practice law in the Commonwealth for a period of two years for violating professional rules that concern fees, conflict of interest (general rule), conflict of interest (prohibited transactions), safekeeping property, unauthorized practice of law, and misconduct.

This was an agreed disposition of misconduct charges.

So let’s get this right folks. Comparing Bar’s nationwide, Lehman’s jail acts with 2 clients got this Texas Lawyer 80 years in jail and this rogue lawyer in Florida disbarred.

But Lehman then proceeded to defy the Bar’s subpoena which resulted in a temporary suspension. However, undeterred, Lehman would ignore the suspension by attending court proceedings numerous times, racking up two further lawyer complaints about his “unauthorized practice of law”.

In the interim he would continually lie to Bar investigators and the Bar would discover he was using the escrow account as a personal bank account to cover all his rent and personal expenses.

Let us know what you think to Virginia Bar’s 24 month suspension order in the comments below or on Twitter.  If you know Scott Lehman, we’d like your story.

LIT COMMENTARY

The Virginia State Bar pushing for sexual misconduct case  against Virginia attorney Lehman, but rejects citizens complaints against 2 biglaw Goodwin Procter lawyers who committed perjury repeatedly. It’s selective justice and the people are tired of the corruption within the state bars nationwide. #DefundTheBar

Va. Bar: Lawyer tried to get jailed client to have sex with him

Originally Published; Sept 5, 2020

VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. (AP) — An attorney in Virginia is facing state bar accusations that he tried to get a jailed client to have a three-way sexual relationship with him and another female client.

A Virginia State Bar subcommittee certified the allegations against Virginia Beach attorney Scott A. Lehman last month, the Virginian-Pilot reported Friday.

Lehman, who has been a member of the bar since 2009, was given 21 days to respond and provide available dates for a hearing. He didn’t reply to a request for comment from the newspaper.

The jailed woman told sheriff’s officers that she met Lehman on the website Seeking Arrangement, which bills itself as a way for wealthy “sugar daddies” to meet women known as “sugar babies.” When she was jailed for a probation violation in 2019, she asked him for help, according to the 13-page certification document.

Two months later, she told sheriff’s officers Lehman was representing her for free with the understanding that she would have a sexual relationship with him after she was released from jail. She also told them they had had sexual conversations using the facility’s video visitation system.

The officers reviewed footage of the video conversations and said they saw Lehman’s attempts to establish the three-way relationship. The newspaper reported the other woman was also his client and was out on bond while awaiting trial.

The jailed woman denied to a Virginia State Bar investigator that she had said Lehman offered his services for free in exchange for sex. Lehman told the investigator he only agreed to represent the woman for free during a bond hearing.

The bar suspended Lehman’s law license in December after he did not fully comply with an order to turn over case records of the two women.

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