On January 30, 2015, a hearing was conducted to consider Robert Brown, Jr.’s potential reinstatement to practice law after satisfying all requirements for reinstatement from his five-year suspension entered in 2009. Brown received psychiatric evaluations from two separate, State Bar-approved psychiatrists, who certified that Brown does not suffer from any conditions that would creation a predisposition for sexual misconduct. Further, Brown has paid all costs, responded to all communications by the North Carolina State Bar, and has not violated any state or federal laws or Rules of Professional Conduct during his suspension. As of February 5, 2015, Brown is permitted to practice law in the State of North Carolina, with certain temporary limitations.
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