FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: April 30, 2013
Contact: Rick DeBruhl, Chief Communications Officer
Phone: 602.340.7335, Mobile: 602.513.6385
William F. Doran of Phoenix Suspended for Violating Probation Terms
PHOENIX – April 30, 2013 – The Presiding Disciplinary Judge of the Arizona Supreme Court has ordered that Attorney William F. Doran of Phoenix be suspended from the practice of law for six months and one day, after failing to comply with the terms of his probation.
On July 17, 2012, the Presiding Disciplinary Judge accepted a consent agreement between William F. Doran and the State Bar of Arizona and ordered that he be reprimanded for violating Rules of Professional Conduct. In addition, he was placed on a two-year probation period.
Doran failed to comply with the terms of his probation, which included participation in the State Bar of Arizona’s Law Office Management Assistance Program (LOMAP). His failure to contact LOMAP within 30 days was the basis for his suspension.
The Presiding Disciplinary Judge of the Arizona Supreme Court issued an order suspending William F. Doran from the practice of law for six months and one day, effective April 5, 2013.
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