||Respondent was convicted of simple assault by physical menace and recklessly endangering another person. The incident involved Respondent, a pedestrian, using obscene language in threatening a driver for coming too close to him in an intersection and ultimately brandishing his gun at the driver. Respondent represented himself at his criminal trial. After the jury entered a guilty verdict and before Respondent was sentenced, Respondent was involved in another incident where he kicked a womanís vehicle in a drugstore parking lot and used obscene language. Respondent pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct and received a fine of $250.00. The court took the disorderly conduct incident into account in sentencing Respondent for the intersection incident to imprisonment for a term of 48 hours to 23 months, plus fines. The Court allowed Respondent to file a Motion for Reconsideration of Sentence. The Court re-sentenced Respondent to two years of probation, a fine of $500.00 and 24 hours of community service. Respondent was late to his Disciplinary Hearing on the criminal conviction because he assaulted a woman and her dog in a public park on the way to the hearing. He believed that she was violating the leash laws, confronted her with offensive language and ultimately maced her and her dog. Respondent pleaded guilty to simple assault by physical menace for the park incident and was sentenced to two years of probation. The two criminal conviction cases were consolidated and a second Disciplinary Hearing was held. The Hearing Committee and Board recommended an 18 month suspension.