Former Judge Kevin Fine Resigns Law License As Part of Plea Deal in Drug Case

In a public fall from grace, former district judge Kevin Fine has resigned his law license in an attorney discipline case as one condition of a plea deal in a felony drug case. But he’s still facing a second drug charge and he’s incarcerated in Kerr County as it winds its way through the court system.

Fine, a Boerne lawyer who has said in the past that he struggled with drug addiction, was already on probation with the State Bar of Texas for mismanaging a client’s money, and his resignation came in a second matter that involved similar financial misconduct. He also faced two criminal cases in Kerr and Kendall Counties for attempted possession of a controlled substance in penalty group 1, in an amount between 4 and 200 grams.

Published on TexasLawyer.com on June 2, 2017.

PDF: Former Judge Kevin Fine Resigns Law License As Part of Plea Deal in Drug Case _ Texas Lawyer

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