On what grounds can I file a complaint against a lawyer?

 You can file a complaint against a lawyer if you believe that he or she has engaged in some kind of misconduct regarding the handling of your legal matter. Misconduct could range from criminal activities to any violation of the state ethical rules that all lawyers must follow. It is not enough, for instance, to complain about your lawyer simply because you do not like the outcome of your case. Rather, the lawyer must have violated some specific rule or law in order for a complaint to have any real results.

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