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Florida Board of Bar Examiners v. J.A.J.

Supreme Court of Florida

May 8, 2017

FLORIDA BOARD OF BAR EXAMINERS
v.
J.A.J.

         Upon consideration of the Report and Recommendation filed by the Florida Board of Bar Examiners, it is ordered that the Board's recommendation is approved by the Court and J.A.J. shall be admitted to The Florida Bar subject to the following conditions:

         1. The applicant's license to practice law shall be placed on probation for a period of two years.

         2. During the period of probation, the applicant shall:

(a) abstain from the consumption of alcoholic beverages;
(b) abstain from the use of controlled substances except as prescribed by a duly licensed medical physician and approved by Florida Lawyers Assistance, Inc.;
(c) participate actively in the program offered by Florida Lawyers Assistance, Inc. during the entire probationary period by complying with the rehabilitation contract with that organization executed on January 2, 2013 and by extending the contract to cover the entire period of probation if necessary;
(d) attend attorney support meetings at least monthly, or at such greater frequency as required by the Florida Lawyers Assistance, Inc.;
(e) submit to and pay for a minimum of six (6) random urine drug/alcohol screens annually, as well as any other hair, blood, sweat, or other substance screening tests determined to be appropriate by the Florida Lawyers Assistance, Inc.;
(f) continue to consult with W. Alvin McElveen, M.D., or other licensed mental health provider, at least, quarterly or more frequently as her mental health provider deems necessary;
(g) follow promptly, diligently, and completely all instructions by her mental health provider, including the taking of any medication in the recommended manner as may be prescribed by her mental health provider;
(h) have her mental health provider submit quarterly reports to The Florida Bar during the entire probationary period. These reports shall confirm the Applicant's consultations for the preceding quarter and shall advise The Florida Bar of the Applicant's continuing ability to engage in the active practice of law;
(i) obtain an agreement from her mental health provider stating that the mental health provider will immediately notify The Florida Bar if the Applicant misses a scheduled appointment without prior rescheduling; and,
(j) submit quarterly sworn statements to The Florida Bar by March 31, June 30, September 30, and December 31 during the entire probationary period attesting to her compliance with the conditions set forth in 2 (a), (b), (c), (d), (e), (f), (g), and (h), above.

         3. The Florida Bar shall monitor the conditions set forth in the Consent Agreement pursuant to Rule 1-3.2(b) of the Rules Regulating The Florida Bar, and the costs thereof shall be paid by the ...


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