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(l) violations of the federal filer.
(a) all pleadings, motions, objections, and other filings that are filed with the court must be given to the director (that is, the clerk). if pleadings, motions, or other filings are late, the director must return them to the filer, with a notice stating that such pleadings, motions, or other filings are late. a federal court filing fee, in the form prescribed by 28 u.s.c. 1914, is also due at the time of filing.
(m) pleadings, motions, and other papers that are filed with the court (but not given to the director) must be addressed to the director as well as the clerk. when filing any pleading, motion, or other paper with the court, an attorney or a party must include the name and file number of the case, a memorandum identifying the pleadings, motions, and other papers filed, the identity of the party or the attorney filing the pleadings, motions, and other papers, and a designation of the docket number and title of the case. failure to comply with this requirement may result in the imposition of appropriate sanctions.
(n) inadequate screening of non-clerks. the clerk of the court or any court officer may not delegate the duty to screen individuals seeking access to the clerk’s office for the filing of pleadings, motions, or other papers. such screening may include review of individual cases involving the filing of pro se pleadings by pro se litigants, whether or not the litigant is an attorney or party. no non-clerk is authorized to accept, complete, and file pleadings, motions, and other papers.
(f) if any party or person seeking to be admitted to the bar of this court applies to be admitted to the bar thereof, and his application is denied, or if any attorney appearing in a case or proceeding, or representing a party in interest in a case or proceeding, refuses or fails to furnish proof of good character as required by these local rules, the clerk shall provide a list of such attorneys to the supreme court of georgia and the state bar of georgia in accordance with the requirements of rule 7.3. upon receipt of that list, the supreme court of georgia and the state bar of georgia shall immediately suspend any such attorney from practice before that court and the courts of the state of georgia and shall provide to the clerk a list of such suspended attorneys. when such list has been received, the clerk shall provide a copy to all attorneys appearing in the case or proceeding which has an attorney in good standing before the supreme court of georgia and the state bar of georgia. (g) if the court determines that an attorney should be disbarred, a member of the bar shall be selected to hear charges and give judgment. charges and complaints against attorneys shall be given preference over all other business on the call of the chief justice, and shall be heard within thirty days of the filing of the charges and complaints. the name of the attorney so charged shall not be released to the public, but shall be entered on a record of active cases in the superior court of the county in which the case is pending. the hearing shall be held in open court unless the attorney requests a closed hearing, in which case a reporter shall be selected by the chief justice to provide a transcript of the proceedings for the supreme court of georgia. the supreme court of georgia may appoint an attorney to represent the attorney charged, and may request any other attorney admitted to practice in that court to represent that attorney. at the conclusion of the hearing, the supreme court of georgia shall enter its judgment, which shall be final. (h) any attorney who has been disbarred, suspended, reprimanded or otherwise disciplined by the supreme court of georgia or any court of the state of georgia shall be subject to such sanctions as this court deems appropriate. all such attorneys shall advise the clerk of the supreme court of the state of georgia and the clerk of the court of appeals of the state of georgia when their names are set out in any pleading, brief, or memorandum filed with the court. (i) an attorney who has been disbarred, suspended, reprimanded, or otherwise disciplined by the supreme court of georgia or any court of the state of georgia shall not thereafter be admitted to practice before the supreme court of georgia, or any court of the state of georgia, or any court, state or federal, of the united states of america, unless he shall have been reinstated to the practice of law in georgia. an attorney who has been suspended for less than 30 days shall be reinstated to the practice of law in georgia only after obtaining approval of the supreme court of georgia and payment of all costs attendant to his suspension. back to top