No. 24872.

333 S.C. 423 (1998)

510 S.E.2d 419

In the Matter of Synthia R. GLOVER, Respondent.

Supreme Court of South Carolina.

Decided December 29, 1998.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Attorney General Charles M. Condon, Assistant Deputy Attorney General J. Emory Smith, Jr., both of Columbia, for the Office of Disciplinary Counsel.

Coming B. Gibbs, Jr., of Charleston, for respondent.


This is an attorney disciplinary matter. Respondent misappropriated client funds for personal use, co-mingled personal funds with client funds, was involved in a check kiting scheme between her trust account and general operating account, and failed to pay medical providers on behalf of her clients. Respondent admitted the charges.

The Sub-Panel took into consideration respondent's previously clean disciplinary...

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