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Oct. 26, 2011LIVINGSTON COUNTY, MO | By: Wayman
The former Livingston County prosecutor accused of numerous professional conduct violations gets probation by the state supreme court.
The high court has found Michael Koeing violated 4 rules and suspended his Missouri Law License for 2 years. The court then stayed that suspension, meaning he can continue practicing law in the state but will be on probation for 3 years. He's also been ordered to pay a thousand dollars and court costs in the case.