On Friday, December 15, 2023, the Maryland Supreme Court issued an order reinstating Miguel Alan Hull’s license to practice law. Hull had been indefinitely suspended from practicing law in Maryland since 2020.

The case is entitled “In the Matter of Miguel Alan Hull,” with case no. 15.

According to records from the Attorney Grievance Commission, Hull received an indefinite suspension for committing a criminal act that reflected adversely on his honesty, trustworthiness, and fitness as an attorney. Specifically, Hull pleaded guilty to two counts of criminal contempt for violating a civil protection order on February 28, 2020.

Hull is one of many attorneys who have faced sanctions or disciplinary actions from the Attorney Grievance Commission over the past five years. These actions range from reprimands to temporary or indefinite suspensions to disbarment, depending on the severity of the conduct.

As a result of the indefinite suspension, Hull was required to petition the court for reinstatement. In its order issued on December 15, 2023, the Supreme Court granted Hull’s petition for reinstatement after considering both the petition and the response from the Bar Counsel.

The Disposition states:

“Upon consideration of the petition for reinstatement of Miguel Alan Hull and Bar Counsel’s response to the petition for reinstatement, it is this 15th day of December 2023, by the Supreme Court of Maryland, ORDERED that the petition is granted; and it is further ORDERED that Miguel Alan Hull is reinstated as a member of the Bar of Maryland,”

A copy of the original filing can be found here.