On Monday, the Supreme Court of Georgia issued the following discipline decisions:
In the Supreme Court of Georgia
Decided: January 7, 2013
S13Y0102. IN THE MATTER OF MORRIS P. FAIR, JR.
This disciplinary matter is before the Court on the Report and Recommendation of the Review Panel, recommending that the Court accept the petition of Morris P. Fair, Jr. (State Bar No. 581019) for reinstatement.
On October 4, 2010, this Court accepted Fair's petition for voluntary discipline and imposed an indefinite suspension. In the Matter of Fair, 288 Ga. 17 (701 SE2d 160) (2010). The Court specified that the suspension would be lifted only upon Fair's compliance with the following conditions:
1. He shows that he is no longer impaired, as that term is defined in Bar Rule 4-104;
2. He shows that he is fit to return to the practice of law;
3. He shows that the Review Panel of the State Disciplinary Board of the State Bar of Georgia finds that he has continued to receive counseling and evaluation from a certified professional, and that he has provided certification from a board certified psychiatrist indicating that he is: