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Seven Missouri attorneys reinstated follow brief suspensions over tax issues

By Karen Kidd | May 23, 2018


JEFFERSON CITY – Seven attorneys practicing in Missouri have been reinstated following their suspensions earlier this month for tax issues, according to recent and separate orders issued by the Missouri Supreme Court.

All of the attorneys were reinstated as members of The Missouri Bar in good standing after "having presented sufficient evidence that the matter is satisfactorily resolved," all of their separate recent orders of reinstatement said.

None of the attorneys were suspended more than 13 days.

Marshfield attorney John L. Adamik Jr. was reinstated following a May 22 Supreme Court order after having been suspended May 9. Adamik was admitted to the bar in Missouri on Sept. 19, 2001, according to his profile at The Missouri Bar's website.

St. Louis attorney Steven R. Kratky was reinstated following a May 22 Supreme Court order after having been suspended May 9. Kratky was admitted to the bar in Missouri on April 22, 2009, according to his profile at The Missouri Bar's website.

St. Louis attorney John Coleman Shelhorse IV was reinstated following a May 22 Supreme Court order after having been suspended May 9. Shelhorse was admitted to the bar in Missouri on Sept. 29, 1995, according to his profile at The Missouri Bar's website.

Kansas City attorney Byron William Woehlecke was reinstated following a May 17 Supreme Court order after having been suspended May 9. Woehlecke was admitted to the bar in Missouri on Oct. 4, 1996, according to his profile at The Missouri Bar's website.

Columbia attorney Carl Michael Edwards Sr. was reinstated following a May 17 Supreme Court order after having been suspended May 9. Edwards was admitted to the bar in Missouri on Sept. 24, 1999, according to his profile at The Missouri Bar's website.

Kansas City attorney Denise Frances Fields was reinstated following a May 16 Supreme Court order after having been suspended May 9. Fields was admitted to the bar in Missouri on Sept. 12, 2007, according to her profile at The Missouri Bar's website.

St. Louis attorney Aiko Moser Eto was reinstated following a May 16 Supreme Court order after having been suspended May 9. Eto was admitted to the bar in Missouri on April 25, 2012, according to her profile at The Missouri Bar's website.

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