ELC 13.8 PROBATION (a) Conditions of Probation. A respondent lawyer who has been sanctioned under rule 13.1 or admonished under rule 13.5(b) may be placed on probation for a fixed period of two years or less. (1) Conditions of probation may include, but are not limited to requiring: (A) alcohol or drug treatment; (B) medical care; (C) psychological or psychiatric care; (D) professional office practice or management counseling; or (E) periodic audits or reports. (2) Upon disciplinary counsel’s request, the Chair may appoint a suitable person to supervise the probation. Cooperation with a person so appointed is a condition of the probation. (b) Failure To Comply. Failure to comply with a condition of probation may be grounds for discipline and any sanction imposed must take into account the misconduct leading to the probation. [Adopted effective October 1, 2002.]
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