JEFFERSON CITY – William Leonard "Bill" Miller Jr., Richmond Heights attorney and chief of staff to former St. Louis County Executive Steve Stenger, has been voluntarily disbarred following a July 9 Missouri Supreme Court order and his guilty plea in May in an alleged bribery scheme.
JEFFERSON CITY (St. Louis Record) — Hallsville attorney Vernan L. Pierce has been disbarred and St. Louis attorney Kelly M. Brown Hayes is on probation following recent and separate Missouri Supreme Court orders and a local news report.
JEFFERSON CITY (St. Louis Record) — Illinois attorney Laura Lee Robinson has been reciprocally suspended following a June 25 Missouri Supreme Court order after she allegedly entered an agreement with a client barring him from reporting her misconduct to Illinois disciplinary authorities.
JEFFERSON CITY – Longtime Phoenix, Arizona attorney Jack B. Schiffman has been reciprocally suspended following a Missouri Supreme Court order after he was suspended in Arizona over continuing education requirements and later placed on probation for allegedly mishandling a real estate case.
JEFFERSON CITY – Springfield attorney Nancy J. Fisher has been indefinitely suspended following a June 4 Missouri Supreme Court order over allegations she failed to resolve a dispute with one of her client's medical providers.
JEFFERSON CITY – Longtime St. Louis attorney Jerome J. Dobson has been reprimanded following a June 4 Missouri Supreme Court order over allegations he sent letters to Washington University staff, bypassing general counsel, on behalf of his clients in employment cases.
JEFFERSON CITY – Longtime St. Clair attorney John Brian Loveless, acquitted in Mexico in 2017 of his girlfriend's death, is on probation following a June 4 Missouri Supreme Court order after he was charged with assault in Stone County last summer.
JEFFERSON CITY – Longtime Blue Springs attorney Sherrie Lynn Brady is on probation and longtime St. Louis attorney Brian Stanley Witherspoon has been reinstated following separate Missouri Supreme Court orders.
JEFFERSON CITY – Former Glendale Mayor and longtime St. Louis attorney Richard Joseph "Rich" Magee is on probation following a June 4 Missouri Supreme Court order over allegations he mishandled a wrongful termination lawsuit.
JEFFERSON CITY – St. Louis attorney John F. Washington was placed on probation and ordered to apologize to a city judge following a June 4 Missouri Supreme Court order over allegations he filed a "frivolous" lawsuit against two judges, two attorneys and his ex-wife.
JEFFERSON CITY – An Alexandria, Virginia attorney who pleaded guilty in 2001 to stealing his late mother-in-law's Veterans Administration checks is among three attorneys disbarred following recent and separate orders issued by the Missouri Supreme Court.
JEFFERSON CITY (St. Louis Record) — Attorney and recently resigned St. Louis County Executive Steven V. Stenger has been voluntarily disbarred following a May 28 Missouri Supreme Court order and his guilty plea earlier this month to federal bribery and mail fraud charges.
JEFFERSON CITY (St. Louis Record) – A Kansas City attorney and former Gov. Matthew Roy Blunt's deputy legal counsel who now lives in Utah were disbarred following separate orders recently handed down by the Missouri Supreme Court.
JEFFERSON CITY (St. Louis Record) — Gregory David Williams, a real estate attorney from Beach, is no longer on probation while Springfield attorney Erin Ashley Graf and Kansas City attorney Ward D. Rowe have been suspended following separate recent Missouri Supreme Court orders.
JEFFERSON CITY – Des Moines, Iowa attorney Sandra E. Suarez has been disbarred following an April 17 Missouri Supreme Court order after her license was revoked in Iowa over allegations that included misappropriation and trust account issues.
JEFFERSON CITY – Longtime North Kansas City immigration attorney Allan H. Bell, a Kansas Music Hall of Fame inductee, has been indefinitely suspended "for threat of harm" following an April 1 Missouri Supreme Court order.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Florida attorney Charles Benjamin Kaiser III has been reinstated to practice law in Missouri following a March 5 Missouri Supreme Court order after more than a decade's suspension.