LAMB v. CARTER

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LAMB v. CARTER
1911 OK 169
115 P. 1009
29 Okla. 115
Case Number: 1327
Decided: 05/09/1911
Supreme Court of Oklahoma

LAMB
v.
CARTER.

Original action for disbarment of E. M. Carter. Report of referee recommending dismissal sustained.

S. B. Cox, for plaintiff.
W. W. Witten and Wm. Matthews, for defendant.

PER CURIAM.

¶1 This is an original action in this court in which both parties are licensed attorneys. The action is brought by plaintiff to secure the disbarment of defendant. After the issues were made up, the cause was referred to Hon. Frank Dale, as referee, with directions to hear the evidence and report the same with his findings of fact and conclusions of law. A trial has been duly had and the order complied with, resulting in a recommendation on the part of the referee that the proceedings be dismissed as unsustained. No exceptions, objections, or briefs are filed adverse to this report, and the same is accordingly sustained, and a full acquittance of defendant found.

¶2 The cause is accordingly dismissed at plaintiff's cost.