INDIANAPOLIS, IN–McCain Law Offices principal, Trent A. McCain, was reappointed to a second five-year term on the Indiana Supreme Court Disciplinary Commission. McCain’s first term expires June 30, 2016. “I am honored to have received votes of confidence from our Supreme Court Justices and Executive Secretary, Mike Witte,” said McCain. “My colleagues and I do important work on the Commission and I am humbled to be able to continue to lend my voice to the process,” McCain added. On a personal note, McCain said that when he started in 2011, he did not have any children; but by the time his time second term is over, his two children will be 9 and 8 years of age and his (soon-to-be) newborn will be 5 years old.
According to its website, the Disciplinary Commission is an agency of the Indiana Supreme Court. It is responsible for investigating and prosecuting claims of misconduct against lawyers licensed to practice law in Indiana and protecting lawyers against unwarranted claims of misconduct. The Indiana Supreme Court has exclusive power to take action against a lawyer’s license to practice law.
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