The state Supreme Court has reinstated a Montgomery County attorney who was suspended for six months after being convicted of charges related to covertly filming up the skirts of two females—one of whom was a minor—in a public place.

Clayton W. Boulware was reinstated by an April 24 order from the high court. In September, Boulware was suspended for six months with a three-year probationary period to follow the suspension. A September Disciplinary Board report listed Boulware as general counsel to Resources for Human Development Inc.

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