Mt. Pleasant man charged with practicing law without license
CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCIV) -- A Mount Pleasant man was charged and given a $10,000 bond on Friday for allegedly practicing law without a license.
According to an affidavit, Bradley R. Marshall was practicing law between October 2011 and March 2013 without being a member of the South Carolina Bar Association.
The affidavit states that Marshall contacted another attorney in reference to representing on of that attorney's former clients in a claim under the Longshore Act. Several clients of the attorney requested their case files be turned over to Marshall, court documents show.
Marshall also contacted the Homeport Insurance Agency, documents show, to say he would be handling job injury claims for the list of clients.
However, records show that Marshall had been disbarred by the State of Washington Supreme Court in 2009, but the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals and by the U.S. District Court in 2010.
The South Carolina Law Enforcement Division investigated the case.