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Former U.S. Attorney for Oregon disciplined for lying about affair Amanda Marshall is now in private practice in McMinnville.( The former U.S. attorney for Oregon will be barred from practicing law for 90 days for lying about a sexual relationship with a lawyer in her office. The Oregon Supreme Court on Thursday finalized the settlement agreement between Amanda Marshall and the Oregon State Bar, bringing to an end a high-profile and drawn-out episode that began in 2015. Under the agreement, Marshall, now in private practice in McMinnville, will serve 90 days of a 1-year suspension of her law license. She is required to complete a two-year probation period as well. Marshall acknowledged violating a single rule of professional conduct involving dishonesty and misrepresentation. In an initial conversation with a federal official, she denied having sex with the subordinate attorney. “We are pleased to finally have this chapter behind us,” said Marshall’s lawyer, Allison Martin Rhodes. The agreement issued by the bar Thursday notes multiple instances of discipline involving lawyers who were dishonest. Those sanctions ranged from 60 days to two years. The professional standards agency opened an investigation in 2016 after the U.S. Department of Justice's inspector general found Marshall had engaged in a yearlong "intimate and personal" relationship with an underling. The inspector general said Marshall violated sexual harassment laws, lied to investigators and tried to block the investigation. The Inspector General's Office opened its investigation of Marshall in March 2015.
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