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State supreme court suspends Ringgold attorney's license

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RINGGOLD, GA. (WRCB) -- A Ringgold attorney will not be allowed to practice law following a drug conviction.

The Supreme Court of Georgia ruled this week to suspend Ashley Davis from practicing law for 30 months.

Davis and her husband were arrested in May of 2012.

She was later convicted of unlawful possession of methamphetamine and sentenced to three years of probation.

Davis, who has been licensed to practice law since 2003, worked as a private attorney in downtown Ringgold.

She may be reinstated upon a long list of conditions, including a year of therapy, and meeting requirements set by the state bar lawyer assistance program.

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