Monday, June 6, 2011
The California Bar Journal reports:
[An attorney] was suspended for one year, stayed, and placed on one year of probation. The order took effect Sept. 24, 2010.
[The attorney] stipulated that she failed to comply with conditions attached to a 2008 public reproval by not filing three quarterly probation reports or the final report on time, and she took the MPRE exam late.
She also was privately reproved in 2000. In mitigation, she cooperated with the bar’s investigation and she acted in good faith. In addition, she attempted to take the MPRE before the deadline but couldn’t find the exact site. She then was not admitted to the exam site because she was late. She successfully petitioned the bar court for a time extension.