Politics & Government

July 27, 2012 5:12 PM

Kentucky Bar Association violated lawyer's free-speech rights, federal appeals court rules

The Kentucky Bar Association violated the free-speech rights of lawyer John M. Berry Jr. by threatening him with discipline after he publicly criticized state ethics officials, one of whom was a retired judge, a federal court ruled Friday.

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