A. Imposition. Probation may be imposed only in those cases in which there is little likelihood that
the lawyer will harm the public during the period of probation and the conditions of probation can
be adequately supervised.
B. Conditions. The conditions of the probation must be specifically stated and must be stipulated in
writing. Conditions may include participation in the lawyer assistance program. Only the court may
impose conditions of probation which limit the lawyer's right to practice law in this jurisdiction.
C. Monitoring. Disciplinary counsel shall monitor the lawyer’s compliance with the conditions of
probation imposed under these Rules. Counsel shall determine the means of monitoring considered
sufficient to oversee lawyer compliance. Counsel may consult with the Lawyer Assistance
Committee for purposes of identifying an appropriate monitor. The probation monitor shall
periodically report to counsel regarding the probationer’s progress. Before termination of any period
of probation, the probationer and the monitor must file an affidavit with counsel stating that the
lawyer has complied with all probation conditions. In the event of noncompliance by the
probationer, the monitor shall immediately report the noncompliance to counsel. Counsel shall
promptly inform the entity that imposed probation for purposes of consideration under Rule 1.3B.
[Amended effective August 1, 2004;________________.]