PUBLIC DISCIPLINE
Oct. 26 – Dec. 20, 2001

Allegheny County
The Supreme Court on Nov. 20 ordered Vincent Albert Ciccone Jr. suspended for one year and one day, as recommended by the Disciplinary Board. According to the disciplinary report, Ciccone, who was transferred to inactive status on Nov. 9, 1998, failed to appear on Feb. 23, 2000, to receive two separate informal admonitions for misconduct involving two clients.

Monroe County
The Supreme Court on Nov. 20 ordered William Austin Watkins to receive public censure, as recommended by the Disciplinary Board. According to the disciplinary report, Watkins failed to report to the Disciplinary Board, as required, that he had been convicted of driving under the influence in 1994 and of one count of an accident involving death or personal injury in 1999.

Disbarments on Consent
The following attorneys have been disbarred on consent under a rule of disciplinary enforcement pertaining to resignations by attorneys under disciplinary investigation: Jeffrey S. Weiss, Allegheny County, on Nov. 8; and Richard Green, Montgomery County, on Nov. 19.

Reciprocal Discipline
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has imposed reciprocal discipline on the following attorney: Jeffrey C. Keith, disbarred, on Dec. 13, for disbarment imposed by the Supreme Court of Ohio.

TRANSFER TO INACTIVE STATUS
Oct. 26 – Dec. 20, 2001

The Supreme Court has transferred the following attorney to inactive status: David Allen Curcio, out of state, on Nov. 8, after he was placed on disability inactive status by the Supreme Court of New Jersey.

REINSTATEMENTS
Oct. 19 – Dec. 28, 2001

The Supreme Court has reinstated the following attorneys: Laura Ann Campanella, out of state, from a 91-day suspension, on Oct. 19; Gary Scott Silverman, out of state, from a 30-day suspension, on Dec. 10; Richard L. Guida, Dauphin County, from a four-year suspension retroactive to Sept. 10, 1992, on Dec. 28; and Jonathan Andrew Moore, Snyder County, from a three-year suspension retroactive to Aug. 27, 1996, on Dec. 28.