The Illinois Supreme Court disbarred eight lawyers, suspended 14, censured one and reprimanded three in its latest disciplinary filing. Sanctions were imposed because the lawyers engaged in professional misconduct by violating state ethics rules.DISBARREDManny A. Aguja, ChicagoMr. Aguja, who was licensed in Illinois in 1994, was disbarred on consent. He pled guilty in federal court to one count of conspiracy to commit marriage fraud and was sentenced to a 24-month prison term. He had participated in a conspiracy to arrange marriages for foreign nationals for the purpose of evading provisions of the immigration laws.Marc Robert Engelmann, Davenport, IowaMr. Engelmann, who was licensed in 1994, was disbarred on consent. He was found guilty by a federal jury on nine counts of conspiracy, bank fraud, and wire fraud. He was involved in a mortgage fraud scheme where mortgage loans were obtained for unqualified buyers on at least nine different properties in amounts in excess of the properties’ actual values. He was sentenced to a 36-month prison term.Albert Liberfarb, Buffalo GroveMr. Liberfarb, who was licensed in 1998, was disbarred on consent. Over a three-year period, he assisted a non-lawyer in the unauthorized practice of law by permitting that non-lawyer to handle personal injury matters at his firm. He also shared legal fees with the non-lawyer.