Placerville attorney Gregory Richard Kaighn, who says President Donald Trump is a communist Illuminati king who kidnapped his son and is planning World War III, faces disbarment by default following a California State Bar recommendation.
Los Angeles attorney Jeffrey Allen Lewiston faces stayed suspension and probation following a California State Bar recommendation regarding 14 counts of misconduct in seven client matters in states where Lewiston is not licensed to practice law and which ended with a Federal Trade Commission investigation in 2013.
Goleta attorney John Francis Shellabarger faces disbarment following a recent California State Bar recommendation over allegations he violated probation conditions previously imposed by the California Supreme Court.
Redlands attorney James DeAguilera, a former Loma Linda planning director who represented supporters of a losing marijuana ballot initiative earlier this year, faces disbarment following a California State Bar decision regarding 13 counts of misconduct in four client matters.
Santa Ana attorney and Orange County deputy district attorney Sandra Lee Nassar faces a year of suspension following a California State Bar ruling over allegations she failed to turn over her inmate client's mail that she'd secretly collected prior to trial to defense counsel.
Santa Monica attorney Cynthia Ann Futter has been recommended for private reproval with public disclosure by the California State Bar following her 2015 discipline before the Arizona State Bar for unauthorized practice of law in that state, according to a recent filing.
Sacramento attorney Andrew E. Benzinger has been recommended for private reproval with public disclosure by the California State Bar following his conviction on a charge of resisting or obstructing a police officer.
Rancho Santa Margarita attorney Frank Edward Goseco is under a previously stayed two-year suspension following an order by the California State Bar after he allegedly violated the conditions of his probation following alcohol-related convictions.
Honolulu attorney Earle Arthur Partington, practicing in California for almost 48 years, is under a previously stayed suspension following an order by the California State Bar after he allegedly violated the conditions of his probation.
Los Angeles attorney Andrew Yoshiteru Schroeder has been disbarred by the California State Bar following five counts of misconduct in a single client matter that involved the United States Patent and Trademark Office, according to a recent filing.
San Francisco attorney Albert Miklos Kun, practicing law for more than 44 years, has been disbarred by the California State Bar over multiple counts of misconduct, despite his contention that the state bar is constitutionally barred from disciplining him.
San Pedro attorney Robert Arthur Degrell has been disbarred by the California State Bar after failing to comply with condition of his probation imposed in 2011 after admitting to misconduct, including misappropriation of client funds, in four separate cases.
Attorney McKinley Dirk Eastmond of Sandy, Utah, practicing in California for 39 years, has been disbarred by the California State Bar for allegedly failing to comply with requirements in a previous discipline handed down last year following his domestic violence guilty plea.
Attorney Robert Lindsay Earle Jr., of Sedona, Arizona, practicing 42 years in California, has been disbarred by the California State Bar following the Arizona Supreme Court's decision to disbar the attorney earlier this year.
Long Beach attorney and deputy public defender Delia Marie Metoyer faces 30 days of suspension following a California State Bar decision after being found culpable on three counts of misconduct in the case of a client she was sanctioned for abandoning.
Los Angeles attorney Brendt Curtis Butler has been disbarred by default by the California State Bar following nine counts of misconduct stemming from two correlated client matters, according to a recent state bar filing.
Santa Ana attorney John Thomas Dzialo has been disbarred by the California State Bar following four counts of misconduct, including misappropriation, in a single client matter, according to a recent state bar filing.