In the Matter of Sheffler

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Supreme Court of IndianaJun 23, 2005
829 N.E.2d 530 (Ind. 2005)

No. 77S00-0506-DI-295.

June 23, 2005.


ORDER ACCEPTING RESIGNATION AND CONCLUDING PROCEEDING


SHEPARD, Chief Justice.

Comes now the respondent, Julia Johnson Sheffler, and tenders to this Court her resignation from the bar of this State, pursuant to Ind. Admission and Discipline Rule 23, Section 17.

And this Court, being duly advised, now finds that the tendered resignation satisfies the requirements of Admis.Disc.R. 23, Section 17, and that, accordingly, it should be accepted.

IT IS, THEREFORE, ORDERED that the resignation from the bar of this State tendered by the respondent, Julia Johnson Sheffler, is hereby accepted. Accordingly, the Clerk of this Court is directed to strike her name from the Roll of Attorneys. In order to be readmitted, she must comply with the reinstatement provisions contained in Admis.Disc.R. 23, Section 4.

IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that, by virtue of the respondent's resignation from the bar of this State, any attorney disciplinary proceedings pending against her are hereby dismissed as moot.

The Clerk of this Court is directed to forward notice of this Order to the respondent or her attorney, to the Indiana Supreme Court Disciplinary Commission, and to all other entities pursuant to Admis.Disc.R. 23, Section 3(d).

All Justices concur.