Peel v. Attorney Disciplinary Commission of Illinois (1990)

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  • In Peel v. Attorney Disciplinary Commission of Illinois , 496 U.S. 91 (1990), a sharply divided Supreme Court determined that Illinois could not censure an attorney for truthfully stating that he was certified as a trial specialist ...

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