JACKSON, Miss.- After being charged for offering legal council to criminals, Hinds County District Attorney Robert Shuler Smith is under the microscope of the Mississippi Bar Association.
The Mississippi Bar has filed a complaint against Smith at the Mississippi Supreme Court. They claim Smith violated Mississippi Rules of Professional Conduct on multiple occasions.
The Bar is demanding Smith pay back all of the expenses he has caused them. The complaints are nearly 50 pages long, listing each and every violation in which they feel Smith should be disciplined for.
Several of the complaints include courtroom conduct in which Smith accused the Attorney General of misconduct in a totally unrelated investigation. This outburst caused the judge at the time to postpone that current hearing.
This is a developing story. For more information on the investigation against Smith click here: