According to an announcement published on the Ohio Supreme Court website August 17, the court accepted Fine's application for resignation "with disciplinary action pending."
Fine garnered headlines in November after FOX8 reported the Lorain County Bar Association confirmed a woman reported to the Sheffield Village Police Department Fine had "hypnotized her in order to perform sexual acts" in multiple instances at his office.
The alleged victim wore a hidden camera and microphone that captured media the bar association felt confirmed Fine was using hypnosis, bar association attorney Chris Cook told the network.
According to Cook, a second woman later came forward to report she had also been hypnotized by Fine in attempt to make sexual contact.
FOX8 reports Fine posted bond.
His attorney told the Associated Press Fine's arraignment is expected to take place in early September.