The lawyer who admitted to having his client delete evidence in a Charlottesville wrongful death lawsuit has had his law license suspended.
The Virginia State Bar has suspended Matthew Murray's law license for five years. In a press release, the Virginia State Bar stated Murray's license was suspended for "violating professional rules that govern candor toward the tribunal, fairness to opposing party and counsel, and misconduct."
Murray admitted to asking his client - Isaiah Lester - to remove photos from his Facebook page.
Lester's wife died when an Allied Concrete truck rolled over onto her car in 2007.
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