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In re Spratt

Supreme Court of Louisiana

March 25, 2015

IN RE: TIMOTHY L. SPRATT

In re: Disciplinary Counsel; - Other; Applying For Motion to Revoke Conditional Admission

Conditional admission revoked.

Jefferson D. Hughes, III, Bernette J. Johnson, Jeannette Theriot Knoll, John L. Weimer, Greg G. Guidry, Marcus R. Clark, Scott J. Crichton.

ORDER

Considering the Motion to Revoke Conditional Admission filed by the Office of Disciplinary Counsel, respondent's response, the various supplements thereto, and the report of the hearing committee,

IT IS ORDERED that respondent's conditional admission to the practice of law in the State of Louisiana be revoked, effective immediately. Respondent may not re-apply for admission until he can demonstrate

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at least a one-year period of sobriety and compliance with the terms and conditions of his contract with the Lawyers Assistance Program. In the event respondent chooses to submit an application for readmission, it shall be filed with the Disciplinary Board, which shall appoint a hearing committee to take evidence and report to this court whether respondent should be readmitted to the bar and allowed to practice law in Louisiana. The Office of Disciplinary Counsel shall participate in the hearing and provide such information, evidence, and recommendations to the hearing committee as may be appropriate.


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