and proceeding from ignorance, carelessness, want of proper professional skill, disregard of established rules or principles, neglect, or a malicious or criminal intent. See Itodgers v. Kline, 56 Miss. 816, 31 Am. Rep. 380; Tucker v. Gillette, 22 Ohio Cir. Ct. R. 009; Abbott v. Mayfield, 8 Kan. App. 387. 56 Pac. 327; Ilibbard v. Thompson, 109 Mass. 2S8. The term is occasionally applied to lawyers, and then means generally any evil practice in a professional capacity, but rather with reference to the court aud its practice and process than to the client. See In re Baum, 55 Hun, 611, 8 N. Y. Supp. 771; In re Silkman, 88 App. Div. 102, 84 N. Y. Supp. 1025; Cowley v. O’Connell, 174 Mass. 253, 54 N. E. 558.