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disbarment The following persons have been disbarred by the California Supreme Court, effective on the dates indicated. They are ineligible to practice law, and their names have been stricken from the roster of California attorneys. They must comply with Rule 955 of the California Rules of the Court. Steven Paul Coleman, San Bernardino, Sept. 3 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. Richard Hale Dangler Jr., Sacramento, Sept. 3 Michael Alan Feldman, Calabasas, Sept. 3 Patrick William Fletcher, Costa Mesa, Aug. 21 Joseph Warren Rohn, San Diego, Sept. 3 Arlene Anne West, Alameda, Aug. 21 resignation with no charges pending The following persons have resigned as members of the California State Bar and their resignations have been accepted by the California Supreme Court. They are ineligible to practice law in the state of California, effective on the dates indicated. Martin D. Arnoldini, Valencia, Aug. 21 Jerrold Barth Boschma, Valencia, Aug. 21 Earle Thomas Hale, Williamsburg, Va., Aug. 22 Nancy P. Hinnen, Portland, Ore., Aug. 21 Kenneth Neal Hopkins, Seattle, Wash., Aug. 21 Judith Elaine Hoye, Denver, Aug. 21 Jerome Jackson Wills, Coronado, Aug. 21 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: Edgar Loius Borne III, Los Angeles — Aug. 21: Suspended for 90 days. Three years probation with conditions. Robert Lewis Gordon, Alpine — Sept. 3: Suspended for six months. Must make 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. Johnnie S. Harrison, Oakland — Aug. 21: Suspended for 18 months and until shows proof of rehabilitation, fitness to practice, and learning and ability in the general law. Three years probation with conditions. * John Robert Noble, Irvine — Aug. 22: Probation is revoked. Previously ordered stay of suspension is lifted. Suspended for two years and until restitution and other financial conditions are met. Richard Lyle Wright, Sacramento — Aug. 21: Suspended for six months 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. * Not required to pass the Professional Responsibility Examination Reinstatement from suspension The following persons, originally suspended for disciplinary reasons, were reinstated on the dates set forth below upon satisfaction of all requirements: Tony Forberg, Beverly Hills, Aug. 26 Michael Eugene Platt, Stockton, Aug. 25 Marianne Elizabeth Shadduck, Cranberry Township, Pa., Aug. 17 (remains suspended for discipline) 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. Richard Lavern Wyrick, Fresno, Aug. 24 probation The following persons have been placed on probation with conditions by the California Supreme Court on the dates indicated. Unless otherwise noted, they are required to pass the Professional Responsibility Exam. Lisa Faye Collins, Los Angeles, Sept. 3: Three years probation with conditions. Must make restitution. Expires: Sept. 3, 2007 public reproval The following persons have been issued a public reproval by the State Bar of California or California Supreme Court and must comply with conditions attached to the reproval. Frank William Dedman Jr., Sacramento, Sept. 8

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