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FunnyJunk Lawyer Charles H. Carreon State Bar Suspension

FunnyJunk Lawyer Charles H. Carreon State Bar Suspension

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ORIGINAL
Do not write above Ibis Iine.]
State Bar Court of California
Hearlng Department
na
Los Angeles
rn
San Francisco
Counse~ tar the Slate Bar
ERIN
MeltdOWN
JOYCE
DEPUTY TRIAL COUNSEL
Bar#
149946
I’-] Counsel for Rospondent
[]
In Pro Per. Responden!PETE~ IL
JARVIS, E~Q.HINSHAW & CULBERTSON,
IO00
SW BROADWAY, #1950
pOt~.TL~,ND, OR.BC~N 92705-30?8
TELEPHONE: (503)
~r# 21975~
n
the Molter of
CHARLES HER_NAN CARREON
Sar #
Respondent]
Case number(s]
05.J-04474
P, IBLIC MATTE::{
for Coud’s use]
FILED
APR 1 0 21106
STATE ~A~ COU~
LOS ~GEL~
Submiffed to
191
assigned judge
[] seffiement judge
STIPULATION
RE FACTS, CONCLUSIONS OF LAW AND
DISPOSITION
AND ORDER APPROVING
~CTUAL SUSPENSION
[]
PREVIOUS STIPULATION REJECTED
Note: All information required by thls form and any additional information which cannot be provided
in the space provided, must be set forth in an attachment to this stlpulation under specific headings,
e,g., "Facts," "Dismissals," "Conclusions of Law," "Supporting Authority," etc.
A.
Parties’ Acknowledgments:
{I]
Respondent is a member of the Sfole Bar of CalIfornia, admltled J8nuary 14, 1987
(data)
(2)
The potties agree 1o be bound by the factual stlpulolions contained hereth even if conclusions of low or
disposllton ore rejected or changed by the Supreme Coud.
(3)
A]I Investigations or woceedings 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] ore listed under "Dismissals."
The stipulation and order condst of 20 pages.
[4)
A statemenl of acts or omissions acknowledged by Respondent as cause or causes for discipline is includedunder "Facts."
(5)
Conclusions of law, drawn from and specifically mferflng to the facts are also included under "Conclusions at
Law."
(6)
The parties musl include suppoding authority for the recommended level of discipline under the heading
"Supporting Authority."
|71
NO more than 30 days prior Io the filing of Ihb stipulation, Respondent has bee~ advised in writing of anypending investigation/proceeding not resolved by this stipulation, except for criminal investigations.
 
[Do not wdte above this llne.]
[8]
Payment of Disclpllnary CostP-Respondenl acknowleclges the provisions of Bus. & Prof. Code §§6086.10 &
6140.7. [Check one option only):
[] until costs are paid in full, Respondent will remain actually suspended ham the practice of law unless
relief Ls obtained per rule 28,4, Rules of Procedure.
costs to be paid in equal amounts prior to February I for the ~:)[~
two (2) billing cycles followln~ the effective date of the Suor~.~ Cnurt Order.
[]
costs waived in pad as set fodh in a separate affachment entitled "Partial Waiver of Casts"
[]
costs entirely waived
B.
Aggravating Circumstances [for deflnltlon, see Standards for Attorney Sanctionsfor Professional Misconduct, standard 1.2[b]]. Facts supporting aggravating
clrcumstances are requlred.
(I]
[] Pdor record of discipline [see slandard
to)
D
[c] []
State Bar Coud case # of prior case
Date prior discipline effective
Rules of Professional Conduct/State Bar Act violations:
(d] []
(e)
[]
Degree ot prior discipline
If Respondent has hvo or more incidents of prior discipline, use space provided below or a
separate attachment entitled "Prior Discipline."
{2] [] Dldlonedy: Respondents misconduct was surrounded by or followed by bad faith, dishonesty,
concealment, overreaching or other violations of the State Bar Act or Rules of Profe~sionaJ Conduct.
[3] []
Trust V1olallon: Trust funds or property were involved and Respondent refused or was unable to
account to the client or person who was the object ol the mLsconduct for improper conduct toward
said funds or property.
(4]
[] Htmn: Respondent’s misconduct harmed dgnlficanlly a client, lhe public or the administration of Justice.
 
[Do not wrtie above this line.]
[6] []
Indlfference:
Respondent demonslroled indifference toward rectification of or atonement for the
consequences of his or her misconduct.
Lack of Cooperation: Respondent displayed a lack of candor and cooperation to viclims of his/her
misconduct or to the State Bar during disciplinary invesflgatlon or proceedings.
[7} []
Mulffple/Pattem
of Misconduct:. Respondent’s current misconduct evidences multiple acts of
wrongdoing or demonstrates a paflem of misconduct.
(SJ T~ No aggravating clrcumsJances are involved.
Addltlonol aggravating
clrcumstances:
C.
Mltlgatlng Circumstances [see standard 1.2[e}]. Facts supportlng rnltlgatlng
clrcumstances are required.
[I)
~n
No Pdor 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 ham the client or person who was the object ol the misconduct.
(3] []
Candor/Cooperation: Respondent displayed spontaneous candor and cooperation with the
victims of higher misconduct and to the Stole Bar dudng disciplina~ investigation and proceedings.
(~) []
Remorse:
Respondent promptly took obieclive steps spontaneously demonslrating remorse and
recognition of the wrongdoing, which steps were designeci to timely atone for any consequences at
his/her misconduct.
(5)
[]
Reltltuflon:
Respondent paid $in restitution 1o
civil or criminal proceedings.
on
without the threat or force of disciplinary,
[6] []
Delay:
These disciplinary proceedlng~ were excessively delayed. The delay is not attributable to
Respondent and the delay preiudiceO him/her.
[7)
[] Good Faith: Respondent acted in good faith.
Emotional/Physical Difficulfle~: At the lime of the stipulated act or acls of prote~onal misconductRespondent suffered extreme emotional difticultles or physical disabilities which expert testimonywould establish was directly responsible for the ml~conduct. The difficultles or disabilities were not the
product of any illegal conduct by the member, such as illegal drug or substance abuse, and Respondenl
no longer suffers from such difficulties or disabilities.
{9)
[]
Severe Flnanelal Stress: At the time of lhe misconduct, Respondent suffered from severe financial
stress whlch resulted from circumstances not reasonably foreseeable or which were beyond hls/her
control and which were directly responslble for the misconduct,
{stipulation fc~rn approved by $8c Executive Commiltee 10/I 6/2000. Revir, ed ] 2{] 6/2004]
Actual Suspension
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