On April 11, 2011, the Board of Disciplinary Appeals signed an interlocutory order of suspension against Midlothian attorney Todd R. Phillippi, 50, State Bar of Texas Card No. 00790178. On or about January 13, 2011, Phillippi was found guilty of fraudulent use of identifying information, an Intentional Crime as defined in the TEXAS RULES OF DISCIPLINARY PROCEDURE, in cause number 34713CR, styled, The State of Texas v. Todd Rowland Phillippi, in the 40th Judicial District Court of Ellis County, Texas. Phillippi was sentenced to 730 days imprisonment in State Jail, ordered to pay a fine in the amount of $10,000 and costs in the amount of $1,634. His jail sentence was suspended and he was placed on community supervision for two years. Phillippi has appealed the criminal conviction. The Board retains jurisdiction to enter a final judgment when the criminal appeal is final.

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Compulsory Discipline
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Interlocutory Suspension
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