Judge

Sally D. Adkins

Judge, Court of Appeals of Maryland

Title Date Decided Ruling
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. ROBBINS April 3, 2019 Disbarment
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. SPERLING & SPERLING May 21, 2018 Suspension
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. McLAUGHLIN October 20, 2017 Disbarment
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. MAHONE [Mahone III] December 19, 2016 Suspension
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. SHOCKETT October 5, 2016 Disbarment
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. GOOD December 21, 2015 Disbarment
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. KATZ [Katz II] June 23, 2015 Disbarment
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. ECKEL May 22, 2015 Suspension
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. COCCO February 23, 2015 Disbarment
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. BUEHLER January 26, 2015 Disbarment
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. POVERMAN November 21, 2014 Suspension
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. FELDER October 22, 2014 Disbarment
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. LEVIN, Ronald May 16, 2014 Disbarment
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. LEWIS, Glenn February 27, 2014 Disbarment
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. DORE August 20, 2013 Suspension
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. ZIMMERMAN August 21, 2012 Disbarment
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. LONDON July 9, 2012 Disbarment
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. DE LA PAZ March 24, 2011 Disbarment
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. BROWN, MARTIN July 27, 2010 Suspension
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. MARCALUS [MARCALUS I] May 18, 2010 Suspension
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. RUDDY October 6, 2009 Reprimand
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. JOHNSON & PURCELL July 21, 2009 Disbarment
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. McLAUGHLIN June 18, 2009 Suspension
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