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IN RE: Ernest E. YARBOROUGH (1997)

Supreme Court of South Carolina.

IN RE: Ernest E. YARBOROUGH, Respondent.

Decided: April 03, 1997


Respondent was convicted of obstruction of justice.   Disciplinary Counsel has filed a petition for interim suspension seeking to have respondent suspended from the practice of law in this State pursuant to Rule 17(a), RLDE, Rule 413, SCACR.

IT IS ORDERED that the petition is granted and respondent is temporarily suspended from the practice of law until further order of this Court.

     /s/ Ernest A. Finney, Jr., C.J.

     /s/ Jean H. Toal, A.J.

     /s/ James E. Moore, A.J.

     /s/ John H. Waller, Jr., A.J.

     /s/ E.C. Burnett, III, A.J.

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IN RE: Ernest E. YARBOROUGH (1997)

Decided: April 03, 1997

Court: Supreme Court of South Carolina.

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