On May 14, the Supreme Court of Texas accepted the resignation, in lieu of discipline of George M. Hamm, 55, of Houston.
On Jan. 25, an evidentiary panel of the District 10-B Grievance Committee entered a default judgment of disbarment against Alex H. Coy III, 45, of Converse.
On March 8, Jerome L. Croston, Jr., 56, of Dallas received a default judgment of disbarment.
On April 5, Dennis E. Guffey, 51, of Grand Prairie received a default judgment of disbarment.
On May 8, Joseph W. Breshears, 44, of Fort Worth agreed to a three-year, fully-probated suspension effective May 1.
On April 5, Patrick E. Clarke, 58, of San Antonio agreed to a seven-year, partially-probated suspension effective April 15, with the first three years actively served and the remainder probated.
On May 7, Kyle B. Collins, 47, of Austin accepted a one-year, fully-probated suspension effective June 1.
On April 8, Seguin attorney Betty Barret Homminga, 49, of Seguin agreed to a two-year, fully-probated suspension effective April 15.
On March 6, Doren Maner, 46, of Lubbock accepted a 12-month, partially-probated suspension effective June 1, with the first month actively served and the remainder probated.
On May 9, Roy W. Richard, 50, Steven J. Zauft, 53, and Peter S. Gross, 71, all of San Antonio, each agreed to three-year, fully-probated suspensions, effective May 9.
On April 16, John Raymond Salazar, 43, of Dallas accepted a 25-month, partially-probated suspension effective May 15, with the first month actively served and the remainder probated.
On Feb. 5, Natalie A. Bills Reed, 34, of Dallas accepted a public reprimand.
On April 10, Wilson B. Swan, Jr., 53, of Houston received a public reprimand