6 attorneys suspended for non-payment

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The Indiana Supreme Court suspended six attorneys Wednesday for failure to pay costs in lawyer disciplinary cases. The order posted today lists the following as suspended from the practice of law: Steven A. Beach Jr., Jeremy S. Brenman, Heather L. Clark-Reynolds, Timothy A. Doyle, Derrick D. Eley, and Michael J. Kias. The suspensions become effective 10 days from March 25.

The Indiana Supreme Court Disciplinary Commission filed an amended petition Dec. 5, 2008, against 16 lawyers for suspension for failure to satisfy costs ordered in connection with certain proceedings under Indiana Admission and Discipline Rule 23.

The Supreme Court dismissed the petitions against the remaining attorneys because they have since paid their costs in full.


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