TALLAHASSEE — Tampa attorney George John Francis Werner was publicly reprimanded by the Florida Supreme Court in response to his failure to comply with the terms of a prior reprimand and probation order.
TALLAHASSEE — Attorney Sandra Lynn Sanders has been disbarred by the Florida Supreme Court after the Florida Bar received several complaints that the attorney had accepted fees but failed to render services.
TALLAHASSEE — Jacksonville attorney Keirsten Klatch was recently suspended for three years after a complaint against the attorney uncovered that she had borrowed funds from a client trust without permission.
TALLAHASSEE — Melissa A. Heaton, an attorney in Cooper City, has been suspended after the Florida Supreme Court determined the attorney had not complied with the terms of a suspension order issued in October.
TALLAHASSEE — Heather Aquafresca, a Florida-licensed attorney residing in Webster, Massachusetts, was suspended from the practice of law because the attorney allegedly failed to comply with a previous suspension order.
TALLAHASSEE — Following a petition for emergency suspension filed with the Florida Supreme Court, Sarasota attorney William Robert Cohen will be suspended from the practice of law for an indefinite period of time.
TALLAHASSEE — John David Snell of Niceville was recently ordered to be publicly reprimanded by the Florida Supreme Court due to a false statement the attorney made under oath, saying that he had not practiced law while his license was inactive.
TALLAHASSEE — Marlon Alphanso Smikle, an attorney in Lake Mary, was disbarred from the practice of law following a Supreme Court order after it was discovered the lawyer had violated a prior suspension order by practicing law while his license was inactive.
TALLAHASSEE — Bartow attorney Bradford L. Stewart was suspended from the practice of law by the Florida Supreme Court after it was discovered that the attorney had allegedly concocted a scheme to help a client pay less child support.
TALLAHASSEE — Largo lawyer Denise Tamara Herman was recently publicly reprimanded and placed on probation by the Florida Supreme Court following the attorney’s plea of no contest to a driving under the influence charge.