Attorney accused of engaging in conduct involving dishonesty, fraud, deceit or misrepresentation.
In the final plea hearing of the State of New Hampshire vs. Genevieve Kelley and Scott Kelley, Judge Peter Bornstein finally admonished protective parent Alan Rosenfeld: “He was considering referring him tot he state’s professional conduct committee.” This occurred after Genevieve Kelley told her controversial attorney: “You’re no longer my attorney, right now.”
The out-of-state attorney practicing pro-hac vici from Colorado, Alan D. Rosenfeld has had an admitted history of civil disobedience as well as being being disciplined by several State Legal Boards.
Here is what Judge Bornstein said about Attorney Alan D. Rosenfeld.
“Bornstein said there are issues of “honesty and trustworthiness” regarding Rosenfeld and said Rosenfeld might have violated Rule 3.3 of the professional rules that states a lawyer shall not knowingly make a false statement of fact or law to a court or fail to correct a false statement.“
Orleans County Record – Runaway Kelley Couple Pleads Guilty by Robert Biechi