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Rule 19-706. Sanctions and remedies

(a) For Professional Misconduct. An attorney who is found to have committed professional misconduct is subject to one or more of the following sanctions and remedies:

(1) disbarment by the Court of Appeals;

(2) suspension, for a fixed period or indefinitely, by the Court of Appeals;

(3) reprimand by the Court of Appeals or, with the attorney's consent, by the Commission;

(4) conditional diversion in accordance with a Conditional Diversion Agreement; and

(5) termination of a disciplinary proceeding with or without a warning.

(b) For Incapacity. An attorney who is found to have an incapacity is subject to the following:

(1) placement on inactive status, subject to further order of the Court of Appeals;

(2) conditional diversion in accordance with a Conditional Diversion Agreement; or

(3) termination of a remedial proceeding.