FINAL UNTIL TIME EXPIRES TO FILE REHEARING MOTION AND, IF
CORRECTED ORDER 
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
M.A.G. shall be admitted to The Florida Bar subject to the
Applicant's license to practice law shall be placed on
probation for a period of two years.
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 (FLA);
(c) participate actively in the program offered by FLA by
complying with the rehabilitation contract with that
organization executed on February 22, 2019, and by extending
the contract to cover the entire period of probation if
(d) submit to and pay for a minimum of eight (8) random urine
drug/alcohol screens annually, as well as any other hair,
blood, sweat, or other substance screening tests determined
to be appropriate by FLA;
(e) attend attorney support meetings at least monthly, or at
such greater frequency as required by FLA; and
(f) submit quarterly sworn statements to The Florida Bar by
March 31, June 30, September 30, and December 31 during the
probationary period attesting to compliance with the
conditions set forth in 2 (a), (b), (c), (d), and (e) above.
Florida Bar shall monitor the conditions set forth in the
Consent Agreement. To the extent that The Florida Bar or its
designated monitoring agency requires that the applicant pay
any monitoring costs, the applicant agrees to pay such costs.
monitor effectively the provisions in this agreement, the
Applicant shall reside within Florida during the entire
period of probation. Any business or pleasure trips outside
Florida that exceed ten days shall occur only with the
advance approval of The Florida Bar. If the Applicant
relocates outside Florida during the probationary period for
any reason, the Applicant shall surrender his license to
practice law in Florida and if the Applicant fails to do so,
the Supreme Court of Florida shall terminate his license.
Applicant shall immediately inform The Florida Bar of any
criminal arrest or prosecution or the filing of any grievance
or complaint related to the Applicant's practice of law.
the Applicant's license is surrendered or terminated
during the probationary period, the Applicant shall resume
the practice of law in the State of Florida only upon full
compliance with the ...