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Leslie Walker Van Antwerp III 112696 California State Bar Discipline 04-H-11844

Leslie Walker Van Antwerp III 112696 California State Bar Discipline 04-H-11844

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Attorney Leslie Walker Van Antwerp III State Bar of California number 112696 discipline. Attorney being dishonest with clients, the bar, restitution, etc.
Attorney Leslie Walker Van Antwerp III State Bar of California number 112696 discipline. Attorney being dishonest with clients, the bar, restitution, etc.

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022 6133 4;54
ORIGINAL
State Bar Court of California
Hearing Department [] Los Angeles
[] San Francisco
Cou~elIortheStateBar
Diane J. MeyersDeputy Trial CounselEnforcement1149 S. Hill Street
Los Angeles, CA 90015
(213) 765-1496
Bar#146643
[] Counsel for Respondent
[] In ~oPe~Respondenl
UoAnne Earls Robbins
9200 Sunset Blvd., PH #7
Los Angeles, CA 90069
(310) 887-3900
Bar# 82352
In
the Matter of
Leslie Walker VanAntwerp,lll
~]r#
112696
A Member of the Stale Bar of California
{eespondentlCasenumber[s]
04-H-I|844-RAP
UBLIC NATTE
[for Court’s use]
FILED
MAR
3
o
200@
CLERK’S OFFICE
LOS ANGELES
Submiftedto [] assigned judge
[] settlement judge
STIPULATION RE FACTS, CONCLUSIONS OF
LAW AND
DISPOSITION AND ORDER APPROVING
STAYED
SUSPENSION; NO ACTUAL SUSPENSION
[]
PREVIOUS STIPULATION REJECTED
Note: All information required by this form and any additional information which cannot be provided in
the space provided, must be sel forth in an attachment to this stipulation under specific headings, e.g.,
"Facts," "Dismssals," "Conclusions of Law," "Supporting Authority," etc.
A. Parties’ Acknowledgments:
(1)
RespondentisamemberoftheStateBarofCalifornia, admitted
January 13, 1984
(date)
(2)
The patties agree to be bound by the factual stipulations contained herein even if conclusions of law ordisposition are rejected or changed by lhe Supreme Courl.
(3]
All investigations or proceedings listed by case number in the caption of this stipulation are entirely
resolved by this stipulation, and are deemed consolidated. Dismissed charge(s]/count[s] are listed under"Dismissals." The stipulation and order consist of _1 4 pages,
[4]
A statement of acts or omssions acknowledged by Respondent as cause or causes for discipline is
included under "Facts."
(5)
Conclusions of law, drawn from and specifically referring to the facts, are also included under "Conclusions of
Law."
[6)
The parties must include suppoding authority for the recommended level of discipline under the heading
"Supporting Aulhority."
[7)
No more than 30 days prior to lhe filing of this stipulalion, Respondent has been advised in writing of any
pending investigation/proceeding not resolved by Ibis stipulation, except for criminal investigations.
[Form adopted by Ihe SBC Executive Commitee (Rev. 5/.~/05) Slayed Suspension
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Payment of Disciplinary Costs--Respondent acknowledges lhe provisions of Bus. & Prof. Code §§6086.1 O &
6140.7. (Check one option only):
(a]
[] costs added to membership fee for calendar year following efteclive date of discipline
(b)
[] costs 1o be paid in equal amounts prior to FebruarY 1 for lhe following membership years:
(hardship, special circumstances or other good cause per rule 282, Rules of Procedure)
(c) [3 costs waived in part as set forth in a separate altachment entitled "Partial Waiver of Costs"
(d) D costs entirely waived
B.
Aggravating Circumstances [for definition, see Standards for Attorney Sanctionsfor Professional Misconduct, standard 1.2(b)]. Facts supporting aggravating
circumstances are required.
[Ii[~ Prior record of discipline [see standard 1.2[f]]
(a)
[]
State Bar Ooudcase # of prior case 01-0-04248, 02-O-i 2099
(b~
~
Date pdordisciplineeffectlve April 3, 2009
(C]
~
RulesofProfessionolConduct/$toteBarActviolations:
Business and Professions
Code sections 6068<m) and 6068(o)(2); Rule 3-110(A) of the Rules of
Professional Conduct.
(d}
~ Degreeot prior discipline public rep~o’qal
(e] [] If Respondent has two or more incidents of prior discipline, use space provided below or a
, separate attachment entitled "Prior Discipline".
[2] []
[31 []
(4) []
(5] []
Dishonesty; Respondent’s misconduct was surrounded by or followed by bad faith, dishonesty,
concealmer~t, overreaching or other violations of the State Bar Act or Rules of Professional Conduct.
Trust Violation: Trust funds or property were Involved and Respondenl refused or was unable to account
to the client or person who was the object of the misconduct for improper conduct toward said funds or
property.
Harm: Respondent’s misconduct harmed significantly a client, the public or the administration of justice.
Indifference: Respondent demonstrated indilference toward rectification of or atonement for lhe
consequences of his or her misconduct.[Form adopted by the SBC Executive Commilee [Ray. 5/5/05) Stayed Suspension
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[]
Lack of Cooperation: Respondent displayed a lack of candor and cooperation to victims of his/her
misconducl or to the State Bar during disciplinary investigation or proceedings.
[]
Multiple/Paltem of Misconducl: Respondent’s current misconduct evidences multiple acts of
wrongdoingordemonstratesapalternolmisconduct. See attachment to Stipulation at
po 9
[]
No aggravating circumstances are involved.
Additional aggravating circumstances:
C. Mitigating Circumstances [see standard 1.2(e)]. Facts supporting mitigating
.circumstances are required.
(1) [] No Prior Discipline: Respondent has no prior record of discipline over many years of practice coupled
with present misconduct which is not deemed serious.
{2}
~ No Harm: Respondent did not harm the client or person who was the objecl of the msconduct.
Candor/Cooperation: Respondent displayed spontaneous candor and cooperation ,~ith the victims of
his/her misconduct and to lhe State Bar during disciplinary Investigation and proceedings.
[4] E)
Remorse: Respondent promplly took objective steps spontaneously demonstrating remorse and
recognition of lhe wrongdoing, which steps were designed to timely atone for any consequences of his/her
misconduct,
(5)
[] Restitution: Respondent paid $
on
in restitution to
criminal proceedings.
without the threat or force of disciplinary, civil or
(6) [] Delay: These disciplinary proceedings were excessively delayed. The delay is hal attributable Io
Respondent and the delay prejudiced him/her.
(7)
[] Good Faith: Respondent acted in good faith,
[]
Emotional/Physical Difficulties: At lhe time of the stipulated acl or acts of professional msconducl,
Respondent suffered extreme emotional difficulties or physical disabilities which expert lestimony wouldeslablish was directly responsible for the misconduct. The difficutlies or disabilities were hal lhe product olany illegal conduct by the member, such as illegal drug or substance abuse, and Respondent no longer
suffers from such difficulties or disabilities.
[9] E) Famly Problems: At the time of the msconduct, Respondent suffered extreme difficulties in his/her
personal life which were other lhan emotional or physical in nature.
(Form adopted by the SBC Executive Cornmilee (Rev. 5/5/05)
Stayed Suspension
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