The opinion of the court was delivered by: p er c uriam.
Original action. Judgment of disbarrment.
h eavicaN, c.J., W right, c oNNolly, s tephaN, m cc ormack, m iller-l ermaN, and c assel, JJ.
This case is before the court on the voluntary surrender of license filed by respondent, Adrienne S. Davis, on January 8, 2013. The court accepts respondent's voluntary surrender of her license and enters an order of disbarrment.
Respondent was admitted to the practice of law in the State of Nebraska on August 9, 2001. On July 18, 2008, respondent was suspended from the practice of law. On December 16, 2009, respondent was reinstated to the active practice of law and placed on a 2-year probation. During the term of probation, respondent violated the terms of her probation, and on August 31, 2012, her reinstatement was revoked by the Nebraska Supreme Court and she was again suspended from the practice of law.
On January 8, 2013, respondent filed a voluntary surrender in which she admitted that since the spring of 2012, she has engaged in behaviors that would violate the terms of her probation and the Nebraska Rules of Professional Conduct.
Respondent further stated that she is aware that the Counsel for Discipline of the Nebraska Supreme Court is currently investigating her conduct. Respondent further stated that she does not challenge or contest the truth of the allegations being made against her. She further stated that she freely, knowingly, and voluntarily waived her right to notice, appearance, or hearing prior to the entry of an order of disbarrment and consented to the entry of an immediate order of disbarrment.
Neb. Ct. R. § 3-315 of the disciplinary rules provides in pertinent part:
(A) Once a Grievance, a Complaint, or a Formal Charge has been filed, suggested, or indicated against a member, the member may voluntarily surrender his or her license.
(1) The voluntary surrender of license shall state in writing that the member knowingly admits or knowingly does not challenge or contest the truth of the suggested or indicated Grievance, Complaint, or Formal Charge and waives all proceedings against him or her in connection therewith.
Pursuant to § 3-315 of the disciplinary rules, we find that respondent has voluntarily surrendered her license to practice law and knowingly does not challenge or contest the truth of the allegations made against her. Further, respondent has waived all proceedings against her in connection therewith. We ...