Judge

Robert N. McDonald

Judge, Court of Appeals of Maryland

Title Date Decided Ruling
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. RIELY November 25, 2020 Suspension
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. YI August 21, 2020 Disbarment
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. YATES February 28, 2020 Suspension
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. KAUFMAN November 22, 2019 Disbarment
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. SINGH July 17, 2019 Suspension
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. BLATT May 22, 2019 Disbarment
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. NDI May 1, 2018 Disbarment
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. WOOLERY December 15, 2017 Reprimand
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. THOMAS-BELLAMY November 22, 2016 Suspension
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. RICHARD W. MOORE, JR. April 22, 2016 Suspension
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. STANALONIS November 23, 2015 Other Rulings
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. TRYE July 27, 2015 Disbarment
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. EARL SMITH June 23, 2015 Disbarment
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. VAN DUSEN June 23, 2015 Disbarment
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. SMITH, Bruce February 23, 2015 Suspension
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. WORSHAM December 23, 2014 Disbarment
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. GAGE-COHEN October 21, 2014 Disbarment
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. PINNO February 24, 2014 Disbarment
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. HARMON [Harmon II] October 21, 2013 Suspension
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. COPPOCK July 9, 2013 Reprimand
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. ROSS August 21, 2012 Disbarment
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. BUTLER May 20, 2012 Suspension
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. CAMUS April 23, 2012 Disbarment
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMM'N v. SMITH, Darlene March 19, 2012 Disbarment
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