18 October 2013

California Attorney Ethics - Rules of Professional Conduct - State Bar Act - Moral Turpitude - California Lawyers

California Attorney Ethical Standards & Law Updated at SFCN Attorney Misconduct Page 

Hon. Robert C. Hight – Hon. Bunmi O. Awoniyi – Hon. Steven M. Gevercer – Hon. Tami R. Bogert – Hon. James M. Mize – Vance Raye - CJP Victoria B. Henley – Hon. Thadd A. Blizzard -Supreme Court of California – Tani G. Cantil-Sakauye – Goodwin Liu – Marvin R. Baxter – Ming W. Chin – Kathryn M. Werdegar – Joyce L. Kennard – Carol A. Corrigan – California Supreme Court - Vance W. Raye, Harry E. Hull, Jr., Ronald B. Robie, George Nicholson, Louis Mauro - United States District Court Eastern District of California – Sacramento Federal Court – United States Courts - Judge William Shubb - Judge Edmund Brennan - Judge Garland Burrell Jr - Judge Carolyn Delaney - Judge Morrison England Jr - Judge Gregory Hollows - Judge John Mendez - Judge Kendall Newman - Judge Troy Nunley - Judge Allison Claire - Judge Dale Drozd - Judge Lawrence Karlton - Judge Kimberly Mueller – Office of the United States Attorneys Benjamin B. Wagner Eastern District of California, Judge Kevin R. Culhane – Hon. Kevin R Culhane – Judge Kevin Culhane -
The California Supreme Court and State Bar are responsible for oversight and accountability of attorneys in the state. 

Sacramento Family Court News has just updated our Attorney Misconduct page with additional ethical standards all lawyers must by law comply with. Click here to view the page. The new information includes more than 40 disciplinary decision references from the State Bar publication California Compendium on Professional Responsibility. Click here to view the complete set of over 40 references at GoogleDocs. The annually updated 456 page Compendium collects hundreds of attorney misconduct case law decisions which specify the types of misconduct that violate the Rules of Professional Conduct and State Bar Act. The decisional law listed in the Compendium carries the same weight as all other law in California, including the Code of Civil Procedure, Penal Code, Family Code and all other statutory law.   

The Attorney Misconduct page updates include:  

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