Judge

Clayton Greene, Jr.

Judge, Court of Appeals of Maryland

Title Date Decided Ruling
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. JACOBS May 21, 2018 Disbarment
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. OGILVIE March 23, 2018 Disbarment
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. EDWARD SMITH, JR. January 19, 2018 Disbarment
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. GIANNETTI December 15, 2017 Suspension
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. POWERS July 10, 2017 Suspension
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. RICHARD ALLEN MOORE, II January 20, 2017 Suspension
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. WILLIAMS February 19, 2016 Disbarment
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. STORCH October 19, 2015 Suspension
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. SHEPHARD August 6, 2015 Disbarment
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. GRAY [Gray III] July 27, 2015 Disbarment
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. BUTLER, Lance III January 27, 2015 Reprimand
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. OLSZEWSKI January 27, 2015 Suspension
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. MERKLE November 24, 2014 Other Rulings
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. WEIERS October 22, 2014 Reprimand
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. FRAIDIN May 16, 2014 Disbarment
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. FROST February 26, 2014 Disbarment
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. VANDERSLICE October 21, 2013 Disbarment
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. BELL July 7, 2013 Suspension
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. PATTON June 27, 2013 Disbarment
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. PAGE March 5, 2013 Disbarment
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. JOSEPH October 27, 2011 Disbarment
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. AGILIGA October 26, 2011 Disbarment
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. CARITHERS July 18, 2011 Disbarment
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. KHANDPUR July 18, 2011 Suspension
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. USIAK April 25, 2011 Suspension
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. SHRYOCK March 18, 2009 Disbarment
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