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IN THE MATTER OF DAVIS.
0.
PER CURIAM.
Davis was convicted of the offense of theft by conversion on June 20, 1978, and sentenced to a term of imprisonment and probation by the Superior Court of Richmond County. His sentence was appealed to the Court of Appeals, and pending final determination thereof, he filed a petition for voluntary suspension. On February 6, 1980, this Court entered an order of suspension under the provisions of Rule 4-106 of the Rules and Regulations of the State Bar of Georgia.
Thereafter, his conviction was affirmed by the Court of Appeals, and Davis filed a petition for voluntary surrender of his license in view of the foregoing.
The State Disciplinary Board recommends that the petition be accepted.
The voluntary surrender of license by a lawyer is the equivalent of disbarment. The petition is granted, under the conditions that Davis shall be re-admitted to the State Bar of Georgia only upon compliance with the reinstatement rules in effect at the time any such petition be filed.
Prentiss I. Davis, pro se.
Omer W. Franklin, Jr., General Counsel State Bar, Viola L. Sellers, Assistant General Counsel State Bar, for State Bar of Georgia.
DECIDED OCTOBER 6, 1982.
Thursday May 21 21:26 EDT


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