On Monday, November 6, 2023, the Supreme Court of Missouri suspended Benjamin Patrick Campbell indefinitely from practicing law. The court made this decision after Campbell violated the terms of his probation, which was set forth in a previous order by the court.

The case is entitled “In the Matter of Benjamin Patrick Campbel,” with case no. SC100049.

In an order dated May 23, 2023, the court found that Campbell had violated the Missouri Rules of Professional Conduct. As a result, the court suspended Campbell indefinitely with no leave to apply for reinstatement for two years. The suspension was stayed and Campbel was placed on probation for a period of five years. The conditions of probation are those set forth in the terms and conditions included in the Disciplinary Hearing Panel decision.

However, in a subsequent order dated November 6, 2023, the court revoked Campbell’s probation and suspended him indefinitely from the practice of law. The court found that Campbell had violated the terms of his probation by engaging in conduct set forth in a motion for order to show cause why probation should not be revoked, which was filed by Informant on October 18, 2023, The court’s decision was made by Chief Justice Mary R. Russell, and costs have been taxed to Campbell. The court’s order states that no petition for reinstatement shall be entertained for a period of two years from the date of the subsequent order.

According to avvo.com, Mr. Campbell is a family attorney in Springfield, Missouri. He attended the University of Missouri. He acquired his law license in Missouri in 2016.

A copy of the original filing can be found here.