▲ Transfer to Inactive Status Suspensions
• Kevin Darrell Graham, who practiced in Mobile and whose whereabouts are unknown, must answer the Alabama State Bar's formal disciplinary charges within 28 days of January 31,2021 or, thereafter, the charges contained therein shall be deemed admitted and appropriate discipline shall be imposed against him in ASB No. 2019-1038 before the Disciplinary Board of the Alabama State Bar. [ASB No. 2019-1038]
• Sarasota, Florida attorney Shirley Trivett Chapin, who is also licensed in Alabama, was reinstated to the active practice of law in Alabama by order of the Supreme Court of Alabama, effective August 20, 2020. Chapin was previously suspended from the active practice of law for failing to comply with the 2009 Mandatory Continuing Legal Education requirements of the Alabama State Bar. [Rule 28, Pet. No. 2020-838]
Transfer to Inactive Status
• Montgomery attorney Connie J. Morrow was transferred to inactive status, effective September 8,2020, by order of the Supreme Court of Alabama. The Supreme Court of Alabama entered its order based upon the September 11,2020 order of Panel II of the Disciplinary Board of the Alabama State Bar in response to Morrow's petition submitted to the Disciplinary Board requesting she be transferred to inactive status.
• Sulligent attorney Daniel Heath Boman was previously suspended from the practice of law in Alabama for two years, of which he was required to serve 90 days and placed on probation for two years. On January 24,2020, the Disciplinary Commission of the Alabama State Bar entered an order revoking Boman's probation and imposing the original two-year suspension. On September 28,2020, the Alabama Supreme Court entered an order requiring the two-year suspension to run consecutively with an earlier imposed and unrelated two-year suspension in ASB No. 2019-162. [ASB Nos. 2079-22 and 2017-1420]
• Huntsville attorney Williams Joseph Gibbons, licensed in Alabama, was suspended from the practice of law in Alabama by the Supreme Court of Alabama, effective July 31, 2020. The Supreme Court of Alabama entered its order based upon the Disciplinary Commission's order that Gibbons be suspended for failing to comply with the 2018 Mandatory Continuing Legal Education...