The Illinois Supreme Court disbarred 7 lawyers, suspended 22, censured three and reprimanded five in its latest disciplinary filing. Sanctions were imposed because the lawyers engaged in professional misconduct by violating state ethics rules.DISBARREDRobert A. Drew, MarionMr. Drew, who was licensed in 1977, was disbarred on consent. He was convicted of attempting to provide contraband, heroin, to an inmate at the Federal Correctional Complex in Terre Haute, Indiana. He was sentenced to 16 months in prison.Scott Anthony Margherio, MetropolisMr. Margherio, who was licensed in 2009, was disbarred on consent. He made material omissions and misrepresentations to the Illinois Board of Admissions to the Bar and he was held in direct criminal contempt for appearing in court intoxicated while representing a client.Jonathan D. McKee, University City, Mo.Mr. McKee was licensed in Illinois in 1986 and in Missouri in 1987. He was disbarred in Missouri for misappropriating funds, falsely stating to a client that he had not received a settlement check from an insurance company, and for practicing law after he had been administratively suspended for failing to pay bar enrollment fees. The Supreme Court of Illinois imposed reciprocal discipline and disbarred him.