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Robert A. Huff convicted of conspiracy to sell drugs

Chicago attorney suspended in Minnesota

The Minnesota Supreme Court suspended an attorney after he was found guilty of conspiring to sell 2,200 pounds of marijuana.

In November, Robert A. Huff of Chicago was disbarred in Illinois. He was admitted to practice law in Minnesota in 1998. The Office of Lawyers Professional Responsibility in Minnesota filed a disciplinary petition seeking disbarment.

According to the complaint, Huff stopped practicing law in 2005 and started studying environmental engineering. He met a man and together they started buying large quantities of marijuana grown in California to sell in Chicago. He was caught by police and convicted of conspiracy to sell drugs in 2009. He has also been suspended in Colorado and California.


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