from staff reports
LOGANSPORT — Lisa Traylor-Wolff, formerly a senior judge serving in Pulaski and Fulton Counties and a public defender in Cass County, was banned today from judicial service by the Indiana Supreme Court.
The Indiana Commission on Judicial Qualifications had charged Traylor-Wolff in February alleging she violated conduct standards that apply to all judges. The charges stemmed from a physically intimate relationship the commission said she had with a 26-year-old client she represented.
Pick up Wednesday's Pharos-Tribune to read details about the court's disciplinary action against Traylor-Wolff.