Hawkins County Juvenile Judge's law license suspended by state
The law license of the sitting Juvenile Judge in Hawkins County, Tennessee has been suspended following an order by the state Supreme Court.
Daniel Graham Boyd is suspended from practicing law for three years with a 120-day active suspension and the remainder on probation, according to the report issued by the Board of Professional Responsibility.
Two complaints of misconduct were filed against Boyd and a published review of the case said he made false statements to the daughters of his client regarding their late father's estate over a five year period, the report said.
Sessions Court Judge Todd Ross is expected to preside over juvenile cases during Boyd's absence, according to court information.