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Former Tempe Judge Suspended After Felony Plea

Sedona AZ (July 26, 2018) – The Presiding Disciplinary Judge of the Arizona Supreme Court has issued an order imposing interim suspension for Thomas J. Robinson. The disciplinary action is a result of criminal activity including a Class 3 Felony Aggravated Assault and a Domestic Violence Offense after pleading guilty to stabbing his wife. Robinson was sentenced to four months in jail and three... 

Prescott Attorney Elected to Serve on State Bar Board

Sedona AZ (May 29, 2018) – Members of the State Bar of Arizona in Yavapai County have elected Sharon Marie Flack to serve as their representative on the Bar’s Board of Governors. Flack is with the law firm of Musgrove, Drutz, Kack & Flack PC in Prescott. She will serve a one-year term when in June 2019 the entire 30-member Board resets. Ms. Flack has been involved with several local, non-profit,... 

Arizona State Bar Launches Find-a-Lawyer Website

Sedona AZ (May 1, 2018) – Consumers across Arizona will have a new way to find lawyers that is easy and free. Beginning May 1, 2018, at 8:00 a.m., the State Bar of Arizona’s new and improved Find-a-Lawyer website will allow consumers to post their legal needs online and get connected with a lawyer who is ready to help. A first of its kind, the Find-a-Lawyer website will allow consumers to be in... 

Mesa Attorney Disbarred After Murder Indictment

Sedona AZ (April 28, 2018) – A Mesa, Arizona litigation attorney has been disbarred after being indicted for second degree murder. On October 10, 2017, Tracy S. Morehouse was indicted on one felony count of second degree murder, two felony counts of endangerment, and one misdemeanor count of leaving the scene of an accident. The Presiding Disciplinary Judge of the Arizona Supreme Court accepted... 

Scottsdale Attorney Rachel Yosha Suspended

Sedona AZ (March 26, 2018) – Scottsdale attorney Rachel L. Yosha has been suspended for ninety days after threatening to file criminal charges against her client to leverage payment for outstanding legal fees. Yosha was hired by her client to represent her in a limited scope case. Her client wanted to get custody of her daughter who was taken from her care by the child’s father more than a... 

Yuma Attorney Held in Contempt

Sedona AZ (March 14, 2018) –  Attorney Robert C. Billar of Yuma has been found to be in contempt and has been placed on interim suspension. The State Bar alleged that Billar failed to comply with the subpoena issued for his deposition and to produce financial records. He did not file an objection with the Disciplinary Clerk. The Presiding Disciplinary Judge ordered him to appear on March 13,... 

Felony Domestic Violence Leads to AZ Attorney Suspension

Sedona AZ (December 28, 2017) – Attorney Thomas A. Germuska of Phoenix has been suspended for one year for violating the Rules of Professional Conduct. He was placed on interim suspension on June 13, 2017. The Presiding Disciplinary Judge of the Arizona Supreme Court accepted an agreement for discipline by consent between Germuska and the State Bar of Arizona that resulted in a one-year suspension. On... 

Chambers Appointed to Serve as Gila County Judge

Sedona AZ (July 17, 2015) – Changes in State Bar of Arizona leadership are on the horizon as president Bryan Chambers has been appointed to serve the remainder of Judge Peter Cahill’s term as Gila County Superior Court Judge. Bryan Chambers, who was recently sworn in on June 26 as the Bar’s 83rd Board of Governors president, will leave his position to serve as Gila County Superior Court Judge... 

Arizona Attorneys Suspended from Law Practices

Sedona AZ (June 22, 2014) – Phoenix Attorney Robert F. Hughes was suspended from the practice of law for violating the Rules of Professional Conduct. The Presiding Disciplinary Judge of the Arizona Supreme Court ordered that Hughes be suspended for six months and one day. Hughes entered into a Diversion Agreement with the State Bar of Arizona in April 2012. After failing to comply with the terms... 

Phoenix Lawyer Andrich Suspended

Sedona AZ (March 26, 2014) –The Presiding Disciplinary Judge of the Arizona Supreme Court issued an order placing Devin Andrich on interim suspension. The State Bar of Arizona alleges that Andrich misappropriated client funds in multiple cases. He has refused to account for approximately $135,000 in client funds, which were to be held in trust. In an effort to prevent immediate and substantial harm... 
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