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RESIGNATION WITH CHARGES PENDING The following persons have resigned as members of the State Bar of California. They are ineligible to practice law in the state of California, effective on the dates indicated. Alma Rosa Bonilla, Rancho Palos Verdes, Nov. 21 John Russell Hiner, Wilmington, Del., Nov. 21 Matthew Arthur Tuttle, Merced, Dec. 4 SUSPENSION The following persons have been suspended by the California Supreme Court, effective on the dates indicated. Unless otherwise noted, they are required to pass the professional responsibility exam specified in the court order and to comply with Rule 955 of the California Rules of Court: Dave Michael Barela, Diamond Bar — Dec. 1, 2003: Suspended for two years and until restitution and until shows proof of rehabilitation, fitness to practice, and learning and ability in the general law. Four years’ probation with conditions. W. Keith Brooks, Alameda — Nov. 21, 2003: Suspended for six months. Two years’ probation with conditions. Matthew Jeremy Cohen, Palo Alto — Nov. 21, 2003: Suspended for one year and until restitution. If the period of actual suspension is two years or greater, remain suspended until shows proof of rehabilitation, fitness to practice, and learning and ability in the general law. Three years’ probation with conditions. Lisa Irene Fochetti, Modesto — Dec. 4, 2003: Suspended for 30 days and until State Bar Court grants motion to terminate suspension. If the period of actual suspension is two years or greater, remain suspended until shows proof of rehabilitation, fitness to practice, and learning and ability in the general law. Allen Christopher Jorgensen, Banning — Dec. 4, 2003: Suspended for 75 days and until restitution and until provides satisfactory proof to the State Bar’s Probation Unit in Los Angeles that he has made all foregoing restitution. If the period of actual suspension is two years or greater, remain suspended until shows proof of rehabilitation, fitness to practice, and learning and ability in the general law. Two years’ probation with conditions. Patrick Dayton McNeal, Santa Ana — Nov. 21, 2003: Suspended for one year and until restitution. Three years’ probation with conditions. John Robert Noble, Irvine — Nov. 21, 2003: Suspended for nine months and until complies with conditions. If the period of actual suspension is two years or greater, remain suspended until shows proof of rehabilitation, fitness to practice, and learning and ability in the general law. Two years’ probation with conditions. Raoul Jorge Severo, Pasadena — Nov. 21, 2003: Suspended for three years, six months and until shows proof of rehabilitation, fitness to practice, and learning and ability in the general law. Five years’ probation with conditions. # Byron Clayton Thompson, Oakland — Dec. 4, 2003: Suspended for 60 days. Three years’ probation with conditions. Carolyn Joan Wallace, Malibu — Dec. 4, 2003: Suspended for 90 days and until restitution. If the period of actual suspension is two years or greater, remain suspended until shows proof of rehabilitation, fitness to practice, and learning and ability in the general law. Three years’ probation with conditions. * Leo Benson Wilkes, Mountain View — Nov. 21, 2003: Suspended for 90 days. Two years’ probation with conditions. * Not required to pass the Professional Responsibility Examination # Not required to comply with Rule 955 of the California Rules of the Court REINSTATEMENT FROM SUSPENSION The following persons, originally suspended for disciplinary reasons, were reinstated on the dates set forth below upon satisfaction of all requirements: Pooya Dayanim, Beverly Hills, Nov. 15 Robert Aaron Gorman, Woodland, Dec. 2 Nicholas Pollack, Los Angeles, Dec. 2 Terrell D. Powell, Los Angeles, Nov. 16 Hugh Charles Tucker, Los Angeles, Aug. 6 SUSPENSION FOR NOT PASSING PRE The following persons have been suspended by the State Bar Court for not passing the professional responsibility exam effective on the dates indicated, until further order of the court. Carrye Washington Morgenstern, Ontario, Dec. 2 Otto Ivan Pena, Fullerton, Dec. 1 The above information is current as of the date it was posted. For updates, see the State Bar’s Web site at http://members.calbar.ca.gov/search/member.aspx.

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