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Yes, you can subpoena records about the bar discipline case if you are suing your attorney for malpractice. The findings of the ethics board are likely relevant, and you have a right to review them. If you do not have a new attorney for the malpractice case, you can get blank subpoenas from the clerk of the court once the malpractice suit is filed.
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To subpoena records, you need to have a pending court case or a reasonable expectation of filing one.
Did you say you're in Florida? You can submit a Public Records Request to the bar and get some information. But they may not send exactly what you're looking for.
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Yes, you can.