(CN) - The Supreme Court on Monday disbarred 22 attorneys from the practice of law in its court.
The attorneys are James George Charles, of Rockville, Md.; Ralph Thomas Mabry, Jr., of Silver Spring, Md.; Timothy John Lucas, of Erie, Pa.; Theodore Q. Thompson, of Blue Bell, Pa.; Frank H. Morgan, Jr., of Havertown, Pa., Jeffry S. Pearson, of Philadelphia; Daniel A. Woolverton, of Lakeland, Fla.; Wevley William Shea, of Anchorage, Alaska; Sol Zalel Rosen, of Washington, D.C.; Sara Davis Harman, of Glen Allen, Va.; Richard T. Cotter, of Fort Myers Beach, Fla.; J. Gordon Blau, of Longwood, Fla.; Joseph John Hanna, Jr., of Portland, Ore.; John Joseph Zodrow, of Denver; David E. Fox, of Washington, D.C.; Glenn E. Culpepper, of Silver Spring, Md.; David S. Moynihan, of San Diego; Michael Joseph Melton, of Rolling Hills, Calif.; Henry Nissim Adorno, of Miami; Samuel Warren Cruse, of Augusta, Ga.; Gregory Bartko, of Atlanta; and Tonya L. Ford, of Raleigh, N.C.
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