Car accident lawyers with tattoos are in front of the judge, too.
But they may not be getting a fair shake.
Some of the lawyers who use tattoos for personal and professional reasons are getting in trouble for it, according to an investigation by the Washington Post and the Center for Investigative Reporting.
“Some of these lawyers are not doing their job.
Some of them are doing their jobs poorly,” said the center’s director, Eric Holowka.
“This is a problem, and we’re going to continue to get these problems to the highest levels of the criminal justice system.”
The Center for Public Integrity has found at least 15 attorneys with tattoos who are not properly credentialed and who are in some cases facing criminal charges.
They include attorneys who practice in Washington state, attorneys in Florida, lawyers in Georgia, lawyers from Louisiana, and others who are on probation or parole.
The lawyers who are using tattoos for reasons other than medical reasons have faced a higher rate of legal problems.
A lawyer who is licensed to practice law in Virginia has a tattoo on his arm that says, “You’re not going to see me again,” according to court records.
The lawyer, who has been practicing for nearly 10 years, was arrested in 2014 after he was caught with a bag of marijuana, according the arrest report.
The lawyer said he was going through the court system to get a tattoo, but the tattoo didn’t show up on his license.
After the attorney was arrested, prosecutors told a judge that the tattoo was a medical necessity, and the lawyer was charged with possession of a controlled substance, a felony.
A judge dismissed the charge against the lawyer.
He was later convicted of drug possession and sentenced to five years in prison.
A prosecutor said the tattoo had nothing to do with his medical needs.
The tattoo has been removed and is still in place, and he is still serving his time, according a statement from the attorney.
The attorney said the problem of tattoos on lawyers who practice law has become more prevalent as tattoo removal technology advances.
“It’s really sad that a lawyer with tattoos is in a situation where he’s facing the possibility of being prosecuted and facing being sued by someone who might be using their name or something like that, just because he has a physical tattoo on,” Holowkka said.
A few of the attorneys who use tattoo for medical reasons are still getting their licenses, and some are still on probation and parole, according, according Holowkas.
The Center For Public Integrity and ProPublica collaborated to compile this list of attorneys who have tattoos on their arms.
They identified at least 40 attorneys who were not properly licensed or who were facing criminal prosecution, but who still face disciplinary action because of the tattoos.
The attorneys were not identified because of attorney-client privilege and because of HIPAA privacy laws.