On July 26, 2010, the Board of Disciplinary Appeals signed a final judgment disbarring Seabrook attorney Robert Eugene Easley, 41, State Bar of Texas Card No. 024036514 from the practice of law. Easley failed to answer or appear. On or about April 13, 2007, orders of deferred adjudication were entered in the following cause numbers: F-05-74063-L, F-05-74064-L, F-05-74065-L, F-06-85787-L, F-06-85788-L, and F-06-60861-L, each styled, The State of Texas v. Robert Eugene Easley, in the Criminal District Court 3 of Dallas County, Texas, wherein each case Easley pled guilty to unlawfully obtaining from a legally registered pharmacist, a controlled substance, to wit: Dihydrocodeinone, by use of a false and forged prescription, a third degree felony in violation of the Texas Health and Safety Code sec. 481, an Intentional Crime as defined in the TEXAS RULES OF DISCIPLINARY PROCEDURE. In each case, Easley was sentenced to three years probation and fined $500. On or about March 30, 2010, Easley consented to an order extending the period of community supervision for 12 months, beginning April 13, 2010 and ending April 13, 2011.

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