Attorney Licensee Profile
This attorney has been charged with a felony. For more information, contact the Office of Chief Trial Counsel by calling (213) 765-1350 or emailing ConvictionMonitoring@calbar.ca.gov. The State Bar posts consumer alerts online when lawyers are charged in a criminal court with a felony or felonies. Anyone who believes they have been the victim of attorney misconduct is urged to file a complaint with the State Bar.
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Mitchell J. Stein #121750
License Status: Not Eligible to Practice Law
Address: 24600 John Colter Rd, Hidden Hills, CA 91302
County: Los Angeles County
Phone Number: (561) 350-6136
Fax Number: Not Available
Law School: Univ of Pittsburgh SOL; Pittsburgh PA
State Bar Court Cases
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