Jeffrey Partlow’s apparent lack of a law license hasn’t kept him out of the legal representation business over the last nine years:
A Dallas man arrested on suspicion of showing up to court intoxicated is now also accused of practicing law without a license.
Judge Andrew Bench summoned deputies to his Hunt County courtroom on Oct. 22, telling them that Jeffrey Scott Partlow was intoxicated.
After Partlow was arrested for Public Intoxication and held in contempt, presumably for the drunkenness, the judge decided to call the licensing authorities:
The judge was so angry that he called the Texas Bar Association to have Partlow sanctioned, only to learn no one by that name was registered with the bar.