February 28, 1992
IN THE MATTER OF: DIANE HENSLEY-MARTIN, RESPONDENT
A Member of the Bar of the District of Columbia
Before Ferren, Steadman and Schwelb, Associate Judges.
The opinion of the court was delivered by: Per Curiam
On Report and Recommendation of the Board of Professional Responsibility
PER CURIAM: This reciprocal discipline proceeding stems from respondent's two-year suspension from the practice of law, requiring proof of fitness before reinstatement, by order of the Supreme Court of Colorado. The facts of the disciplinary violations underlying that suspension *fn1 are set forth in the opinion. People v. Hensley-Martin, 795 P.2d 262 (Colo. 1990).
Pursuant to D.C. Bar R. XI, § 11, our Board on Professional Responsibility has unanimously recommended that this same reciprocal discipline be imposed in the District of Columbia, nunc pro tunc to the commencement of her suspension in Colorado on July 16, 1990. *fn2 Respondent did not oppose such an action either before the Board or before us.
It is therefore ORDERED that respondent be suspended from the practice of law in the District of Columbia for a period of two years, nunc pro tunc to July 16, 1990, and until she shall have been reinstated to practice in the District of Columbia pursuant to D.C. Bar R. XI, § 16(d).