By order of July 28 the Court reinstated Scott Matthew Wild to the practice of law.
By order of July 25 the Court imposed a one-year suspension on Mark Felker Dahle based upon the one-year suspension he received from the Supreme Court of Florida.
By order of July 18 the Court disbarred Gilbert S. Bagnell for misconduct which included failing to pursue a matter on behalf of a client, failing to communicate with that client, failing to return the client's file and failing to respond to a subpoena for documents by the Office of Disciplinary Counsel.
By order of July 18 the Court suspended James Gerald Longtin for nine months and imposed additional conditions for misconduct which included failing to file motions as requested by trial judges, failing to return client files, failing to respond to the Office of Disciplinary Counsel, continuing to practice in federal court while suspended therein, failing to timely pay a law firm for expenses related to an appeal and failing to record a deed. The Court reminded the bar that the disciplinary process should not be used as a mechanism to collect debts.
By order of July 14 the Court has placed William Ashley Boyd on interim suspension.
By order of July 11 the Court suspended Louis S. Moore for 90 days (retroactive to May 18, 2009) for misconduct which involved issuing a trust account check on insufficient funds for a personal expense.
By order of July 11 the Court disbarred Clyde Louis Pennington for misconduct which included failing to return unearned fees, failing to make payments on behalf of a client, failing to pay medical providers, and failing to notify clients of his suspension from practice.
By order of July 11 the Court issued a public reprimand to Gwendolyn Long Robinson for misconduct which involved notarizing and submitting two unsworn, unsigned affidavits in a federal civil suit.
By order of July 11 the Court disbarred Irby Ezell Walker (retroactive to September 18, 2009) for misconduct which included failing to competently and diligently work on a matter, failing to submit a loan payoff, failing to maintain accurate and complete trust account records, solicitation of a felony, inducing an opposing party to fire opposing counsel in order to reach an agreement with her husband, failing to file a matter within the statute of limitations, and failing to deposit a retainer into a trust account.