A Missouri attorney who was already on probationary status because of being behind on his debt payments has now been suspended from practice for failing to comply with a repayment plan.Derrick R. Williams Sr. of Cape Girardeau was suspended Friday by the Missouri Supreme Court for failing to file quarterly reports and failing to remain current with his debt payments, as required by the rules of his probation, according to the Southeast Missourian.He must reportedly must now wait one year before applying for reinstatement.Williams could not be reached by the newspaper for comment.
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